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Niketa is doing alot better with her over all biting, but she is still rough. Today Matt (my 3 y/o) was playing with her, like they always do but this time they got a bit rougher and and Niketa bit him on the ear. Any one have any advice on how I can get her to know that inside is nice time and outside is play time?
 

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Shelly said:
Niketa is doing alot better with her over all biting, but she is still rough. Today Matt (my 3 y/o) was playing with her, like they always do but this time they got a bit rougher and and Niketa bit him on the ear. Any one have any advice on how I can get her to know that inside is nice time and outside is play time?
IMHO, a three year old child and a puppy never mesh well together. Neither know how to properly play w/ the other. They can each have profound and lasting effects on the future of the other, regarding the other. I would just monitor their play-time together until the pup gets older. Teach the pup how to play with you and let it trickle down to how to play w/ any human/adult/child. And, teach your toddler how to play w/ any pet w/ constant supervision.

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I think you should until your puppy is older its not fair for such a young puppy to miss out of its childhood to please another .Kids no matter what age of the puppy should never be left alone to play but i think you should do what you r doing but wait until the puppy is older and you can train the puppy to listen at that time
 
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