Why does my dog all bite?

Dog owners all know what it’s like to live with these furry dogs, it’s fun, it’s a challenge and it requires many obligations as well as benefits; caring for another living being requires a lot of patience and also care. Having a pet dog means that it will take care of itself, it will love itself and you will take responsibility for everything it does; that includes biting, biting, and chewing on anything in sight.

And I’m talking about biting things and objects, for no reason should your dog bite other people or living beings; that is unacceptable behavior that you must control; Of course, if we are talking about your dog biting someone in self-defense or to protect you or his family/pack, that is a natural and instinctive behavior of any living being: to protect himself.

But there is something that is very common in a dog, biting objects, biting shoes, biting plastic, biting anything they find, from their toys to everyday objects in the house. That in this practice of biting, you have to be very sensitive to your pet, because in his habit of biting, he can chew something that hurts him a lot. That is why it is very important to take care of them for a long time, when they are puppies, because at that stage is when they bite everything, literally everything they find.

However, curiosity is still in the air. Why does my dog all bite? Why does he do it?

And the answer to why they chew your shoes, walls, furniture and everything that comes into their mouths is because they are developing their teeth as puppies, they are getting to know the world through this medium and sometimes it makes them uncomfortable or itchy. In adult dogs this biting is to release their anger, their stress or even to entertain themselves when they are bored.

But this apparently calm activity can cause many health problems for your pet. It is very important that you never allow your dog to chew on objects that are not suitable for that purpose; that is, if he wants to entertain himself with something, there are prizes such as baits that keep them very entertained by biting. But with them also be careful because if the dog talks a lot the bait with his drool can drown.

It is important to always keep an eye on your dog and either with a treat, a toy or something specifically designed for it to bite; always has to have your vigilance.

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By Lee Chun Hei