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Has she been to the vet for deworming and started the shots? Or at least to a vet yet? That is a must with such a young pup. You want to be sure to get all of the puppy shots and dewormings at the right times to ensure she grows up a healthy and happy pup.
Stay up on the biting bit, it will come back as she gets a little older. My boy is 18 months and still very mouthy. What he does know well though is bite inhibition. He just mouths, not bites, and only hands at this point. Mostly just mine since I am the only one that roughhouses with him. My 4 year old son he just like to lick, and my wife the same. He loves to put my hands in his mouth though... I will eventually break him of this but it will be a challenge since I don't help the matter by roughhousing with him.
Keep her away from all other animals until she has had all of her vaccinations. At the 6 week vaccination you are safe to start taking her out in your yard and start potty training. Avoid public places though until 8 weeks.
Please stay up on the vacc schedule, it is very, very important.
Last edited by DickyT; 05-19-2015 at 07:12 PM.