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Old 12-07-2009, 10:51 AM
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Ok so i got a new puppy as most know and we have been giving her alot of attention, love, toys galore. Well she would normally try to i guess bite/chew on my 1 yr old and he would wimper or cry and she would let go so we would take him from her. She keeps doing it and is getting more aggresive, we have tried make a loud yip yip for him and taking him aways and she still does it she will go after him if he does it on his own she has even knocked him over and started to try and bite his face. She has already broken the skin and drew blood. I am worried. I dont know what to do i have never had this problem.
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I wouldn't agree that she's getting agressive-more likely she's getting stronger and more energetic as she grows up.
He's one, and she's under age-I just simply would not allow the pup around the baby until the pup is older and through the puppy stage.

The baby very well could whimper and she might get MORE excited (prey drive right? If they catch an animal it cries too and this excites them-as well toys squeak right? There is a reason for it ) and it could easily turn into a game. She's just too young to expect her to know to leave the baby alone.

I wouldn't allow her around the baby unsupervised, and if she is chewing on him-put him in playpen or another room or up high etc.

For teething-a great thing we've always done (She is likely teething now or very soon) is wet a towel, tie it in a knot and freeze it. It's hard and crunchy and cool to chew on-feels very good for them

Puppies do mouth and chew, it's normal I wouldn't be overly concerned at this point-just prevent her from chewing on the baby.
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i will have to give that a try, thank you
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No problem
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yep, normal puppy stuff...I second Mikeys advice



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I agree with Mikey too.
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