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    Labrador retriever puppies are typically playful, friendly dogs who are full of energy. However, some lab puppies can become aggressive. Behavior that is deemed aggressive includes biting that goes beyond normal puppy nipping, barking, growling and lunging. Lab puppies who are not corrected of this ...

    How to Stop a Lab From Biting During Play

    • Peggy Mewhort

      Play biting is a common problem with Labrador retrievers. Because of a Lab's large size and high energy level, even a non-aggressive bite can be painful. Play biting can be prevented by rewarding Labrador retriever puppies for being gentle with their mouths when they are playing. Training an adult dog may be a bit more challenging. Animal...

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