Why does My puppies agrresively during play?

asked 2018-02-18 10:14:51 -0500

My puppy is a 9 weeks old purebred Pembroke welsh corgi. I got her a week ago. She is a very sweet girl and is friendly to people, but when she plays she gets very excited and started to drag my sleeves and even biting my toe if I'm on the sofa. If I give her my hand during play, she nibs it very lightly, but it is my sleeves she drags and grows and refuses to let go. During play, she even tries to jump up and head for my sleeves or my pants. She is really calm and doesn't do all that when she is not in the play mood.Why does she get so arrive during play?

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answered 2018-02-18 18:27:21 -0500

Awe I am sure that she is absolutely adorable at 9 weeks old. She is not being aggressive as far as trying to be mean and what we normally would call aggressive. I do understand what you are saying, I would lean more towards saying that she is playing rough. Which is just how puppies play. However, with that being said you actually want to teach her to be gentle and that is not how we play. I also would not give her your hand to nibble and play on either. When she does grab your sleeves or bites your toes you want to tell her very firmly "NO" and give her a toy to play with. To her everything is going to be a play toy until you teach her what she can and can not chew on. Best of luck, and make sure to take lots of pictures as they grow fast. -Take Care

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