/Users/debrakarasiewicz/Desktop/232323232fp73493>nu=35<->--6>4<7>26;;--65;8257ot1lsi.jpegWe just got a 7week old Beagle. She is wonderful. Her breder had them in a pen outside, and she was actually born out side in Michigan (cold) which I was not really happy with. Only good thing that came out of that was she has learned in a few short days to go to our glad sliding door and whine when she need to go potty. She is so smart. She is fitting into out family very well. She is now 8 weeks old and has just now snartte nipping and bitting, mosting at night when she get really hyper and playing. we would be playing tug of war or fetch ( which I read we are not suposed to do)? why I don't know. Anyways, she started no going for the toy, but going for me. She would go for my arm and bit my arm on purpose. I would say no and redirect her to a chew toy that she could chew. Then I would prasie her. That didn't work she started to get more aggressive even growling when I try to pull her off my clothing (arm) almost like its a game to her) so I held her muzzle closed for a few mins. because she almost drew blood and was scaring me. THis didn't seem to work, and later I read this was wrong to do as well. I read to yip like a dog when they are hurt, when she nipps or bite at me and then remove her, cross my arms walk away and not to play for 30 secs or so. This worked a few time. Please tell me the right thing to do. She is such a smart, funny dog. And she is so good. I know she is just teething and we are all learning. My husband is used to outside dogs in pens for hunting and I am a inside dog person. I just don't remember this my last puppy was 16 years ago. My dog past away last summer. My husband says we cant have a dog hurting us, but I know this is just normal puppy behavior, so HELP. Please tell me the RIGHT thing to do. Thank you!!!!! and Harley thanks you!