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When Zelda had her sharp puppy teeth the vet showed us a few things.

We would push her and hold her down by the back of her neck and also hold her mouth shut (this didnt hurt her in any way) but she obviously didn't like it. She would cry and make this weird noise for about a minute and then stop... she'd lick your hand once we let go. SO as soon as she would bite again (soon after) we would do the same thing right away. That was a good TEMPORARY method for us.

She isn't as bad anymore and only really bites when she gets REALLY hyper. I'm not good at this because she is too heavy, but my bf picks her up and turns her over and places her back down on her back and says NO. The vet said that putting her on her back like that will teach her that we're in charge and not her.
 
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