Dogs, like human beings, learn from their mistakes, and so if you are chasing your dog around the house while he is excited, he will begin to think that this is a good chase game, and so he will chase after you.If your dog is doing something that you do not want him to do, like biting people or other dogs, teach him to stop by sitting or lying down when asked. Do this in a place where your dog does not feel comfortable, or where other dogs or people are present.Teach your dog a ‘sit’ command. When someone is approaching your dog to cross the threshold into your home, have the person say ‘sit!’ and reward your dog with food or play when he sits.If your dog persists in moving towards another dog, move backwards quickly and encourage him to follow. If he moves forward again without being prompted by you, praise him and give him a treat as soon as you are sure he has stopped moving forward towards it.
Why does my dog try to bite me when excited?
It’s natural for dogs to try to bite things that excite them. If your dog is excited, he may try to bite you, the dog bed, or another object. This is a normal behavior and is not harmful. However, if your dog gets too excited and bites you, it can cause a bite reaction or latched onto your skin, you may experience pain or redness. You should take care when playing with your dog so that you don’t accidentally hurt him or become injured yourself.
How do I stop my dog from playful biting?
If your dog is playful biting people or things, you may use an ai pap afei (Stop it), or Ai aa fei (Be careful) commands. You can also apply discomfort stimulus to your dog such as a squirt of water, or simple shake of the hand. If your dog continues to engage in the behavior again and again, confine them for a few minutes alone, then release them back to their play session. This teaches them that their playtime is time limited and will result in distress if exceeded.
How do I stop my dog from excited biting me?
If your dog is biting you because he is excited, try distracting him or playing with him. If he is always biting, this may mean that he is bored or that you are punishing him for something. Try walking or playing with him in a different room if he is always inside. If this does not work, try training your dog to be calm around you by using a leash and being calm with him, or teaching him a counter-conditioning behavior like lying down or sitting.