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by Rolan Tripp, DVM and Susan Tripp, MS

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Getting Started Week Six -Time Out!

Your puppy craves social interaction, therefore, your attention. If you are playing a game, and the puppy play bites your hands or clothing, simply stop playing, turn your back and give the puppy a few minutes of "time out" to calm down.

Praise your puppy for biting toys not people in play. Don't play tug games unless YOU both start and stop the game. If your puppy knows, sit, then use sit as the password to start the game. This helps keep the puppies attention on you as a rule maker and the key to playtime.

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