@zande said in Rogue is biting.:
@roguecoyote said in Rogue is biting.:
I've been trying to teach her to bite softly by letting her bite me
I think that is where you are starting to go wrong. She should be taught quite simply that biting is out.
Often it is attention seeking - don't let it get any. Ignore her, put her down, away from you, turn your back, walk away. Biting must not get her any attention from you. Rogue has to learn not to bite. You can also try growling at her as her mother would.
@tanza has the right of it. Don't get her over excited or she will bite more. Calm, move away. She will pick up the messages. She's an intelligent girl !
My 12 week old seems to just cling to the body part he's biting. He goes for my ankles (lol) and does not let go so walking away, not paying attention to or trying to pick up and put him down only gives him a new target (my hands). So, the "removing myself from the drama" thing I see said often online doesn't seem to make much sense if he's just going to keep biting as I walk or not let go.
Will try the treat tip earlier in the thread but whew.. some of these bites hurt! Ha