1. Buy the thickest pair of jeans you can find and get them at least 6" too long and roll up twice. Always carry toys and treats in said jeans pockets. Come up with a loud quick negative noise. At the first attempt to bite, correct with startling command and redirect by tossing toy or treat away from your feet/legs. These dogs were bred for generations to drive Cattle by biting noses and heels. You can teach them to redirect the instinct, but it will never go away. Honestly, they are not a dog for everyone.

  2. My nighttime potty break now involves having to move a 45 pound bag of cement. Used to just be a quick dash. 🤣

  3. Check her dewclaws. Mine wear them down to the nub and/or break them off on a weekly basis. That looks like what she is licking, not her paw itself.

  4. I have one of those. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  5. Mom, gonna poop in 29,28,27....... 😂😂😂❤

  6. I use real, raw bones, antlers and Himalayan Yak Sticks. Read the ingredients in those manufactured ones and weep. They are like a toxic waste dump. SCARY.

  7. My rule is let me hold my dog (most won't these days) or MUZZLE MY DOG SO NO ONE GETS HURT..... especially my dog!

  8. Used it, dog died of DCM. Regardless of studies, will never use it again.

  9. Get him checked for heart problems and show this video to your vet. My dog had DCM and this sounds like him. Could be serious.

  10. They are like potato chips.... one is never enough. Mine are my 2nd and 3rd. Lost my 1st red boy to DCM bout 2 years ago. Had to have them back in my life... 😀

  11. Thank you. These guys are worth the effort, but def not the dog for everyone or every situation. 😁

  12. My boy eats any and all bedding, so he is on his crate pan only. And his crate and surrounding are covered in bark spit.

  13. That is a small mess of toys... trust me! 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  14. Professional handlers hold treats in their mouth to get dogs to look at them during high diversion scenarios.

  15. Looking at life with their teeth is normal for a cowdog. Never accept ANY BEHAVIOR as "cute" from a puppy that you don't want with 60 pounds of landshark doing in a few months. Set boundaries young. Better for you and your dog. 😉❤️

  16. Thank you for the advice. 😊. I’ve definitely started being more stern. I’m starting to see progress.

  17. I have 2. A blue boy who started that size and is now a 65 pound landshark. I swear he thinks his name is NO BITE. It is my only line in the sand. They are going to chew. Biting is life for the breed. You can't stop it, nor do I want to. I just set stern boundaries that it is not people flesh. Toys like NYLABONE or BENEBONE puppy toys are good to redirect biting to softish toys that won't break tiny, razor-sharp puppy teeth and transition through teething to permanent teeth.

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