How Do You Train A Hyper and Destructive Puppy?

I have just purchased a Small Pomeranian. She is 10 weeks old and He like to bite people and bite hard. She is Only playing but it draws blood. When she plays with our other small dog she bites and hurts them to. She chews on everything and wont come when she is called. She does no her name but when she know your trying to catch her or pick her up she runs. She also likes to just sit and bark at you when your eating or anything. I don’t know what to do? Can anyone help?

Well this sounds similar to what my puppy does, she’s really hyper as well. If she bites you, yell out in pain saying &quot:ouch&quot: turn away and ignore her. Then slowly resume back to playing. For the chewing it could be because of teething just provide plenty of chew toys. If you catch her chewing something she is not supposed to get her attention by saying &quot:No&quot: in a firm voice and then redirect her attention with a chew toy. Yeah for the name thing keep the puppy on a leash and keep saying her name and when she comes to you praise her and give her a treat. As for when you’re eating maybe you could put her in a crate or confine her in an safe area with some toys to keep her busy.

Oh yeah and 10 weeks is not too young to get a puppy, geez.

this is likely in small young dogs get him/her a bone or chew toy and make them chew it a lot this will make the dogs teeth less painful and make the dog stop chewing on stuff all the time. also for the not no name thing get the dog to stay or get a leash and just keep saying the dogs name and come here like what i did to my dog all i said was &quot:Hunter come here boy!&quot: and after a couple try’s when he is still he will come

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you should exercise her a lot. drain all her energy.if you do that it will be a lot easier. when a puppy bites you your suppose to yell no or even ouch. to let him know it hurts. when she bites shes probably thinking shes just playing. so thats why you should exercise her so she wont wanna play anymore.

First of all, that dog is WAY too young to be with you!

She’s still very young, don’t expect her to know her name well.

When she bites, squeal and pull your hand away, and walk away, don’t give her any attention for 5 minutes. That is what her littermates would do. Then play with her again and if she is good, reward her. Also, don’t play rough, bite-encouraging like Tug-o-War. That is especially important with smaller dogs.

poms are yappy dogs, your dogs is an example of one. say no, when she does this, teach her the no command. its very important.

When my puppy doesn’t learn, I don’t blame the puppy, I reevaluate myself. Ask your vet to recommend someone to help you train the puppy. Yes, she bites, she is only 10-weeks-old. Trade your fingers for toys or bones or carrots, use a command like &quot:shame&quot: when she bites. The loose the baby teeth between 4 and 6-months-old. If she bites your other dogs, you have to step in and correct that, that is your job. Point, snap your fingers, and say shame. You can let them work some things out for themselves, but step in when one does a wrong behavior, they are each others pack now, you have to step in and correct a wrong behavior. Don’t allow puppies full run of the house, it is overwhelming to them, one room at a time, until they can behave in that space, and then graduate to more space, supervised of course. You should be able to catch her, because she should only have a little space. Make sure she knows the difference between work time and play time. When you are training, make sure she knows you are training and not playing with her. Yes, at this age, she will bark when you are eating, try a command like settle down, only say it once, if she doesn’t settle down, drape a blanket over the crate and make it dark for her so she can settle down. She will get better when she gets a little older on that one. I use a crate* to potty train with, but only for potty training and then I break it down and store it. I put blankets and a small food and water dish in the crate. Dogs don’t potty where they eat and sleep. When they are first little, I only expect them to hold their potty for 4 hours, and then 6 hours, then 8 hours and so on. So when they are first little, I set a timer or alarm clock to wake myself up at night to take them *out. I only allow my puppy in the bedroom* or the living room, only one room at a time. They have to graduate to more space. If I allow them to have full run of the house, it will overwhelm them. I take them out the same door each time. I tie a dinner bell to the door handle. Do not use a jingle bell as they could get their toe caught in it. So when they are little, I ring the bell for them, and then open the door to go *outside to potty. When they get bigger, I take their paw and whack the bell and open the door to go potty. Eventually getting to the place where the puppy will ring the bell and let me know when they need to go potty. Dogs want to please you, so it is your job to let them know what behaviors please you and what doesn’t. So when my puppy goes potty, I give her a treat*, and clap, and make a fuss and praise her. So she learns that going potty outside makes me happy. If she has an accident, make a disgust sound like “tsst” and take her out right away. I never yell* or spank* my puppies. Take them out when they first wake up, after they eat or drink, before nap, finish romping, when their activities change, or when they are sniffing around. Some puppies go pee right away, but may not go poop until 10 minutes later, so wait for the poop. I have a little play time here, because sometimes I think they are done, and they are not. Puppies train at their own pace. While I may have a puppy that hasn’t had an accident in several weeks, I don’t let my guard down. I don’t expect my puppies to be &quot:fully potty trained&quot: until one-year-old. If they have a setback, shake it off, and start over. I only have my puppies in the crate when I am not watching them. When I am sleeping, cooking, ironing, doing chores, basically when I am not watching her. All other times, she is out of the crate practicing being a &quot:big girl.&quot: This is the time I train her how to behave in the house. So we are practicing &quot:no barking&quot:, ‘no biting&quot:, &quot:no jumping&quot:, and &quot:don’t eat the furniture.&quot: I also have to practice &quot:playing inside&quot: so she doesn’t knock over things. You must keep the puppy in sight when they are little because they don’t know the difference between newspaper and carpet, and you don’t want them sneaking off and getting into trouble. Some puppies can sleep through the night around 3-months-old, but their bladder is grown around 6-months-old.

*I use a CRATE to train with. It is the method I prefer, compared to other methods I have tried. I noticed that if they are in the crate, while I am doing chores, they are o.k., because the crate allows them to see me and be re-assured. The crate can also be a comfort when stored in the basement for dogs who live in areas where thunderstorms and tornados are an issue. . However, use the method that works best for you…..a laundry basket, a cardboard box, a woof-woof house, x-pen, child gates, whatever works for you.
*OUTSIDE, pee pad, litter box, whichever method you are using. When the puppy is first little, keep the pee pad, litter box near the food and water dish, so the puppy can eat and drink, and then go potty. You can move it away as they get older. The pee pad has a scent that smells and initiates potty. Sometimes a pee pad makes a sound that scares some puppies, so you might want to use a litter box if that happens. The pee pad allows a puppy to walk around, but a litter box keeps the puppy in one place.
*BEDROOMS, I use the bedroom and living room for training, because it works for me. Choose rooms that work for you, but watch for rooms that are damp, or drafty. While my puppies sleep in the bedroom during training, once they are trained, I let them sleep where they want to. They don’t have to sleep in the bedroom forever.
*TREATS. While I use treats for training, you don’t have to. I like Charlee Bears for training (a little cracker for a little mouth,) I use them for training, but once they are trained, I cut back on them.
*SOME PUPPIES will go potty in the same spot each time. Some puppies have to be told to go potty. A command like &quot:go out&quot: for pee, or &quot:go finish&quot: for poop, might work for you, keep saying “go finish” until the puppy poops. This is a good thing to train if you travel with your dogs. By using commands, the puppy won’t get confused when you are visiting someone, on vacation with you, or when you get to a new home. The command will tell them what you want them to do in an unfamiliar place. You might also want to use a leash method, so the puppy doesn’t sneak off, or for strange places.
*YELLING. It is not a good idea to &quot:yell&quot: or &quot:spank&quot: your puppy and then take them outside when they have an accident. They may get confused and think that going outside is punishment. While you want to correct them, if you are extreme, they may not want to go outside again. Shake it off, and resume your schedule. You have to keep it real. Puppies train at their own pace, but a puppy can only hold their potty for a few hours. A guide would be 1 hour for each month of age, plus 1 hour, so a three-month-old puppy should only be expected to hold their potty for 4 hours at most.
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