The first thing you need to know is that all puppies bite at some point. It may be unpleasant and in some cases even dangerous, but it is a normal stage in the puppy's development. In the following few paragraphs we will explain the reasons for biting, as well as how to train a puppy not to bite.
Puppies are mostly into sniffing, chewing on and biting on objects, it’s a means of both playing and exploring for them. Most of their activities involve their tongue and needle sharp teeth. When puppies play with people they mostly bite and chew on people’s hands, limbs and garments. It can be unpleasant if they are not accustomed with basic puppy training. It is affectionate when your puppy is small and cute but becomes problematic as they grow bigger.
Food aggression and Protection of property can be a valid cause. Property can be of any type - toys, food, territory and even a human being. Guard dogs and herding breeds can be the worst cases but any dog can behave this way.
Fear is another stimulus for biting, mainly towards strangers such as veterinarians and postal workers or in unfamiliar situations.
Dog bites can be prevented starting at home by Training a puppy not to bite using different techniques of puppy training basics.