I'll have to give this a shot.
Keoki is always biting Jazz's neck HARD and dragging her across the floors. He doesn't even stop when she cries out.
I started by grabbing him by the neck hard when he was doing it, and holding on until he lets go of her, and telling him "NO" or 'ENOUGH'. Now, I usually only have to yell at him and he will let go…for a second, bu he grabs on again. Sometimes the squirt bottle works.
But the thing is, I have to catch him and be available to deal with it -- like NOT with my hands deep in mixing meatloaf, or not on my hands and knees scrubbing floors, etc. As it is, I jump up multiple times a day to stop him.
She always has little teeny scabs around her neck.
Sometimes it starts as play, but always ends with her crying out.
It's so bad, we have even chatted about getting a spiked collar for her neck, but haven't found one with pointy spikes her size that wouldn't hang loosely. I think we'd only need it for a few days, but am reluctant to go that route.
The cream sounds like a more reasonable way to go.