Why Do Goldendoodle Puppies Bite

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For those who take care of a Goldendoodle puppy, you must be familiar with a thing called biting. So, why do Goldendoodle puppies bite? What is the main reason behind it? If you want to know the answer, do not skip a thing.

Just like young children, Goldendoodle puppies use their mouths to explore their world. As the contrary to the young children, they also use their mouths to play with you or with the other Goldendoodle puppies. As you may already know, their teeth are like sharp little needles and the bite or nip from the Goldendoodle puppy can be quite painful. In fact, this biting is probably not aggressive in young Goldendoodle puppies. Basically, they do not mean to hurt you, but it can turn into the unwanted behaviour if it is not addressed while they are young.

Goldendoodle puppies are social dogs that thrive in the presence of people and crumble if they are not given enough time, attention, and affection. Just like any other puppies, Goldendoodle puppies can get into mischief and develop behaviour issues if they are left alone for long periods of time. They will become bored and lonely, and may be depressed and destructive. For hose who got the Goldendoodle puppies from the puppy mills or the backyard breeders who have no regard for the health, disposition and overall consistency of the “breed” may have serious temperament and behavioral issues such as biting, aggression, destroying furniture, excessive barking, timidity, digging, and many more.

If you have Goldendoodle puppies that love to bite, it is time for you to give your puppies the training proper bite manners. You can start it by substituting your hands, fingers, feet, and toes with the chew treats and toys when you want to pet your Goldendoodle puppies, inspect the fur, or play. Aside from your puppies, children should also be taught this method. When you try to pet your Goldendoodle puppies or give them the scratch, prepare a toy or chew treat in the other hand to offer him. By doing this way, they will direct their chewing and biting onto the object rather than your hand.

Furthermore, i is better for you to switch the hand with the toy in it often so the Goldendoodle puppies will not anticipate which hand it is in and make the lap at it. this method is to show the puppy that people and petting are good things, and so are chewies or toys. Take your time by start it off slowly and keep the time short. If you mess up with the time, it might be not good for the Goldendoodle puppies. when you pet or scratch them, their excitement will build and they will switch to your hand if you go too long. In addition, you can also show your expression that your hurt when your puppies bite you. Just turn your back, ignore them, and do not give the attention until they calms down.

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