Do you think a 9 month old extra-large pup can be re-trained?
My English Mastiff pup was training very well until recently. She seems to have reverted back to nipping (could be play-biting) and jumping. Is she too old to be re-trained?
It's never too late. Dogs do what they think is expected of them. Training is just a matter of putting in some time and effort and knowing what to do.
I had hoped you could teach an older pup new tricks but it seems she's reverted back to play biting and jumping and no matter what I do (yelp like a wounded pup, say 'no', etc) she just persists. She was doing so well for a while... I'm not sure what to do now....
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