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How to Prevent Dog Biting

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      Article Title: How to Prevent Dog Biting
      Author: Kelly Marshall
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      If your dog is less than 16 weeks old and nips and bites
      non-stop, this is normal behavior - young dogs mouth a lot.
      Puppies mouth while playing and they mouth when communicating
      their wants. If your dog begins mouthing, he may be hungry or
      thirsty. Ask yourself: Does he need to remove waste. Is he
      tired...

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