Labrador Puppies Behavior
Labrador puppies behave like they are naturally meant to be – pack dogs, aggressive and independent, and curious about the world around them. What you can do to help them with their behavior is to make sure that they spend a lot of time outside and don’t have to be tied to a regular leash. As well, by keeping them from having to use their teeth on things when they are playing, you can help to stop biting. Remember that a dog’s bite hurts and is not a nice thing to see.
Also, as they get older, they will require more supervision than a puppy. Be sure that you provide the right kind of exercise for them. Be patient with them – they will soon get the hang of it. Also, they can be very stubborn and need a firm approach to show them that they must be disciplined. Puppies may chew a bit but it doesn’t mean that they have a destructive habit. It just means that they are tired and want a good nap.
If you want to help your puppy break bad old habits, you can do so by limiting your puppy’s contact with other dogs and people and restricting your puppy’s activity time to a certain amount. Limit the amount of time that your puppy spends in a crate. Allow him to remain calm and relaxed during training sessions, and don’t give him too much food or water or play him too roughly. This will help your puppy to break out of his bad habits and begin to learn what is acceptable behavior.