Puppies explore their environment through their mouths, which may lead to biting behavior.
Consistent training is key to stopping a puppy from biting.
Redirect your puppy's biting behavior to chew toys or bones.
Use positive reinforcement techniques, such as rewarding your puppy for not biting.
Avoid using physical punishment, such as hitting or yelling at your puppy, as it can worsen the biting behavior.
Teach your puppy the "leave it" command to prevent them from biting things they shouldn't.
Socialize your puppy with other dogs and people to reduce their biting tendency.
Provide your puppy with regular exercise and playtime to release their excess energy.
Consider using bitter sprays or deterrents on objects that your puppy likes to bite.
Seek professional help if your puppy's biting behavior is persistent or aggressive.