YodelMa, ROFLMAO, I am so happy it helped you. One of my early lessons that Basenjis are not like the other dogs was when I found Sayblee bit MORE if I squeaked. She was like "DO IT AGAIN! WOW LIVE SQUEAKY TOY!" Someone here said I needed a different tone, but honest, with 9 billion years of dogs, she was the first to not respond.
Cara is mouthy. Super dooper mouthy. All the time until the last couple of months she wanted her mouth on me, even going to sleep sometimes with my hand, arm or thumb in her mouth rubbing me with her tongue. I allowed her to use her teeth in play because she learned to have a soft mouth at all times, even in her wildest most insane play modes. Your dog doesn't have that. So for your dog, the moment teeth enter the picture, I would put in a down with a leash/collar until he settles. Doesn't comply with a command, I would prefer a down to crate time, but whatever you need to do to instantly, every single time, remove him from doing what he wants, is needed.
Again, teaching commands daily, a few short sessions, especially the leave it command, helps with the impulse control. Teaching the dog to look at you as soon as you get him off the couch or whatever so he focuses on something NEW (you) and temporarily breaks the thinking of whatever it was he was doing, helps him gain impulse control.