only thing i could suggest is time out. i havent ever had this issue, but i know some have here so they maybe able to help a little more!
This is exactly what we did for Sadie's timeouts...they really work, you just have to be consistent with it. It does take time, but eventually Sadie is much better now with the nipping.HannaBanana\";p=\"57080 said:**My timeouts. Put his leash on, and put the handle around a door know. I use my hall doorknob because it connect the rooms I am in. I put here there for about 2 minutes alone, attached to the door by the lead. After two minutes I set her free. Ignore is the best thing. By giving in you feed into the game he is playing. Sneaky little devils and the play well, but you need to play better. Might take you 10 times, but hopefully the little spitfire will obey
Nope small one. Just enough to keep him in placedo i need to use just one lesh (5 ft)
Then once you get him, immediately put him into time out, and walk away. After a couple of times he should know that this does not mean play.and i reach for him he runs away