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Old 01-14-2013, 05:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi I am a new user from India and my beagle name is Messy..He is 2.5 months old and very active....I have got him home when he was around 40 days old.
He is my first dog and i love him so much....

Need a help from you guys as Messy bites everything including my feet, finger ....

Can i get some good suggestion to stop his biting habit...

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Old 01-14-2013, 07:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Welcome! Messy is so cute! Beagles tend to be nippers as puppies. I am sure some people will have some ideas for you to help stop her.
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For help on topics from past postings go to this forum's toolbar and click on "Search" and put in words like biting, nipping, bite-inhibition and you will find lots of discussion from beagle owners on how to correct the behavior. Also read books or go on the internet to find articles-that will be helpful. If you are consistent with training your dog will stop. My dog was nippy and your dog's age and now at 11 1/2 months she no longer does it. Aslo when your dog is a little older start obedience class but you can start training commands now like sit, lie down, stay, here, etc. Get your dog chew toys which you can use to distract when starting to bite.

Your dog also needs socialization around other dogs when fully vaccinated.

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Can anyone help me with ear cleaning tips......messy is my first dog and finding it difficult to clean his ear... he is biting me while trying to clean the ear.....

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You will probably need another person to help hold your dog still while he is a puppy. My dog is a year now and she allows me to clean her ears. You can put the dog between your legs to hold him from moving when he gets a little older. Use dog ear cleaning solution and put some on a cotton ball and clean in the folds of the ear-never use Qtips. You may have to stop after one ear and wait to do the second ear so not to aggitate him too much. give praise when you're done and a little treat.
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Old 02-11-2013, 01:17 PM   #10 (permalink)
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She's so cute!
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