Guest Trentsmom Posted January 27, 2012 Share Posted January 27, 2012 Our two male grey pups are now 8 months old, nearly as tall as the adults but not as filled out. They have always werstled and played and everything I read said let them play wrestle, it's how they learn to control bite, etc. Well, they still do it and now that they are big, it's a problem. They knash their teeth into one another and jump and buck areoung the house like two rams. Often we end up in the way and get caught in their game, which sometimes hurts if we get caught by a tooth or nail. Plus, the furniture, knick knacks, etc get knocked aournd. I'm not having any luck getting them to stop. Shouting "no" steping between them, they just continue. I end up separating them until they calm down. How can I break them of this habit long term, or does anyone have experience to know if they will grow out of it anytime soon? Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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