Jump to content
BC Boards

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'mouthing'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Working Stockdogs
    • Training Discussion
    • Ask an Expert (Stockdog Questions Only)
    • Trial Tips
    • Training & Trialing Videos
    • Livestock Management
    • Trial and Clinic Announcements
    • Trial Results
    • Under the Handlers Tent
  • Other BC Topics
    • General Border Collie Discussion
    • Obedience, Agility, and Flyball
    • Health and Genetics
    • Politics and Culture
    • Rescue Resources & Dogs for Adoption
    • Books and Videos
    • The People's Border Collie Gallery
    • Coffee Break
    • In Memoriam
    • FAQs
    • Archived Threads
    • Gallery Archives
  • Private
    • ABCA Directors
    • ABCA Executive Committee
    • ABCA Health & Genetics Committee
    • BC Foundation
    • USBCHA Directors
    • USBCHA Cattledog Committee
    • USBCHA Coronavirus Committee
    • USBCHA Directors Complaint
    • USBCHA Grievance Committee
    • USBCHA Judging Committee
    • USBCHA Rules Committee
    • USBHCA World Trial Committee
    • KBCA/Bluegrass
    • TSDA/TCDA Board
    • USBCC Directors
  • Q & A Zone
    • Tech and Troubleshooting
    • Wishes and Suggestions


  • Community Calendar

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start





Website URL







Found 1 result

  1. This Is probably a common age old problem by now regarding my 3 month old pup jack who keeps mouthing/nipping most of the time it seems to be in play but now and again say if i remove him from the couch or try to groom him with a brush he nips at my hands and snaps in the air in a rebelious way i know this is natural for pups but it seems to be getting worse with the nipping. I've read a few articles and the consensus seems to be with time outs stop play method but we have tried this now for over month and it hasn't stopped or even reduced his actions we have also tried yelping and growling noise's as a response to his actions but i think he just see's this as play as he continue's even more so. Jack is very clever and learns very quick he learns tricks on command with a reward basis in only a couple of lessons using a clicker but he seems stubborn with the mouthing sometimes it appears that he knows what he is doing is wrong but still continues this behaviour is worst in the afternoon we call it the mad hour and can only seem to confine him to his crate for his saftety as there is no stoping him as his darts around the house banging in to things. On one occasion i tapped his nose and shouted no in reaction to a harsh nip that broke my skin he looked startled then licked my hand i praised him for that and for that evening he didn't nip again i'am also worried for my 6 year old son as he nips and snaps in play i stopped my son from playing with him in the mean time until this stops Ive even taken him out on long walks and plays before the mad hour but still bounces back full of energy when we are back.
  • Create New...