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Young puppies need puppy play dates to accelerate learning bite inhibition. Find ways to make that happen safely in the age of Covid!
#ysdlearnBite inhibition is perhaps the most important skill a puppy can learn. Learning how to bite with inhibition could mean the difference between an adult dog inflicting a minor bite or a serious bite. Giving puppies opportunities to play lets them learn how to control their mouths and receive important feedback from their playmates on what was too hard or painful and this is such a critical thing yet many don't understand the value of puppy play, especially during their socialization window. Let those puppies play! Age appropriate play groups are not only safe but recommended by AVSAB as early as 7 weeks old!
Read more in this week's blog.
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Thanks for sharing!