How To Teach a Chihuahua Not To Bite

Many owners have a problem with their Chihuahua biting or snappy out in aggression towards other people and pets. While this is a common trait among the Chihuahua breed, it's something that you must control if you want to provide a safe living environment for them and everyone inside your house. Allowing a Chihuahua to continuously act this way could result in serious injury. If your Chihuahua were to lash out and try to bite a larger dog, it could provoke an attack in retaliation that causes serious injury to them.

Teething Chihuahua Puppy

Teething Chihuahua Puppy

Ideally, it's best to start teaching and instilling the principals that biting is NOT okay when your Chihuahua is still a puppy. These teachings will then carry on into their adulthood where they are naturally less likely to bite unprovoked for no reason, but this isn't always an option. Some owners may have adopted an adult Chihuahua from a rescue, or they may have simply "overlooked" this part of training. Thankfully, though, even adult Chihuahuas can be taught not to bite. It may take a little more time and effort, but you can still teach them the boundaries of what's acceptable and what's not when it comes to biting.


Like all dogs, Chihuahua puppies will go through a teething stage where they will likely try to bite and chew on anything they see. This feeling is a direct result of their teeth erupting through the gums, which draws them to chew to help alleviate some of the discomfort. Some Chihuahuas may simply gnaw on food, toys and treats, while others will eat everything in sight. In fact, it's not uncommon for owners to come home only to discover their teething Chihuahua has torn up the furniture, curtains or carpet.

Teaching your Chihuahua not to bite starts during the teething stage. Owners that allow their Chihuahua pups to chew on their fingers and hands will have a greater chance of raising a biting Chihuahua. A small Chihuahua pup gnawing on your hand with dull teeth may seem completely safe and harmless, but it send the wrong message that biting is okay. For this reason, it's recommended that you give your Chihuahua pup something else to bite on instead of your fingers.

If your Chihuahua is going through the teething stage, here are some things to remember:

  • Don't allow your Chihuahua to bite or gnaw on your fingers.
  • Kong toys are some of the toughest dog toys on the market, making them perfect for a teething Chihuahua.
  • Keep your Chihuahua confined to a crate or gated area of the house when you aren't able to supervise them.
  • Rope toys are also durable and make great toys for a teething Chihuahua.
  • Give your Chihuahua rawhide chews as tasty treats to help soothe their discomfort.

Punishing Bad Behavior and Rewarding Good Behavior

Biting Chihuahua

Biting Chihuahua

Whether your Chihuahua is young or old, you should always punish their bad behavior and reward their good behavior. When your Chihuahua bites, gnaws or attempts to lash out at you in aggression, say "NO" in a firm manner and ignore them. Under no circumstance should you spank or physically hit your Chihuahua, as this will only make it more difficult to teach them the difference between right and wrong. Instead, a firm "NO" followed by a lack of attention is all it takes to get the message across. Maintain eye contact to convey your dominance.

In addition to punishing their bad behavior, you should also be rewarding their good behavior. Does this mean you have to give your Chihuahua a treat every minute they aren't biting you? Not necessarily, but you should give them a treat when they lick or nose you. Chihuahuas will oftentimes try to show their affection by licking you. Even if you don't particularly enjoy being licked by your friendly Chihuahua, you should still give them a treat for being gentle and not aggressive.

Toys, Toys and More Toy!

I can't stress just how important it is to have plenty of toys for your Chihuahua to play with. Many owners fail to realize that their Chihuahua's biting is a direct result of a lack of toys. When there are no toys around for your Chihuahua to play with, they will naturally try to play with some of the more fragile items and accessories in your home.  Unfortunately, things like rugs and the carpet aren't built for a Chihuahua to play with, and as a result they will likely get destroyed. If you haven't done so already, take a trip to your local pet supply store and pick up several different toys for your Chihuahua to play with. My personal favorites are the stuffing-less furry squirrels that have built-in squeakers. They will gnaw and chew on these toys for countless hours, offering them a safe and enjoyable way to relieve some of the tension and desire to chew.

Happy Chihuahua

Happy Chihuahua

Avoid Boredom

Another common reason why Chihuahuas bite is simply due to boredom. When owners don't take their Chihuahuas outside enough, they will try to let out their energy in other ways, one of which is through biting.  I know it's hard for some owners to take their Chihuahuas out every couple hours, but you need to get into the habit of allowing them to run free for at least two 30-minute sessions each day. This will give your Chihuahua much-needed exercise that allows them to release some of their built-up energy, and besides, outside time also doubles as exercise.

Following the tips listed above should help teach your Chihuahua not to bite. Just stay consistent and never let up in your training efforts. It's all too common for owners to grow complacent and start slacking on their training. Keep giving your Chihuahua treats when they are good and making them go to timeout when they are bad.


52 Responses to “How To Teach a Chihuahua Not To Bite”

  1. Beatrice says:

    Have a small chihuahua lady couldn’t take care of him so I took him in he about 1 1/2 years old he was good at first but then he started to bit me he bit me on my lip and arm I’ll try to get him off the bed or sometimes pick him up he attack me what can i do!

  2. Natalie says:

    Our chihuahua is a 1yrs 2months old, she has been doing fine with my 2 yr old grandson but in the last few days She has actually bit him 3 times now since Sunday twice on the cheeks and one on his hand. Not sure why I know he went to pet her once and tried to touch his kiss her and she bit him. I know at times he gets kind of rough with her playing but she plays with him and starts licking and wrestling with him. sometimes they play and she nips his heels but now its like a bit and scares my grandson. She does not like my 3yr nephew she will bark and bark at him them when he gets near her starts nipping at him.

    Any suggestions.

  3. Leigh says:

    We took in a chihuahua/min pin mix. He is 6 yrs old and neutered and in good health. His previous person was taking him to the shelter because he bites. I have been paying close attention to what causes this behavior. If we pick him up to get him off the bed he growls, but if I speak calmly to him he stops growling. The problem is really with visitors. He is so agressive, bites their feet and is just awful. He goes nuts if anyone approaches the house. Our other two dogs are quite mellow and while they will bark to warn us someone is coming, they pick up our cues and are friendly. This little guy is mean. He is also very aggressive with large dogs, and has been bitten once in the short time we’ve had him. We have to keep him leashed at the dog park and it takes all my attention to keep him from trying to kill some dog that outweighs him by 80 lbs. Does anyone have suggestions? I’m ready to take him to the shelter myself, but I know he won’t find a home if he’s a biter.

  4. Becky Goodale says:

    We just adopted a 6yr old male Chihuahua from a rescue that the rescue group sent to a behaviorist to correct his biting and barking. Once we had him home we noticed how thin he was and that he was not eating. since his back was hunched we asked the rescue group for his vet check which they had not done. Over the next week and a half I tried to get him to eat and he only ate small amounts. I finally took him to my vet to find out a lot of his teeth were loose probably due to malnutrition. After a good cleaning and removal of 7 teeth he is eating better.
    From what I understand small breeds are prone to bad teeth and this can cause the dog pain and biting and being grouchy. check the teeth or other sources of pain your dogs may have.

  5. Antwon is dabbing says:

    I am a proud mother of 49 chihuahuas and with two more on the way, I think that if you give them too many toys and you suddenly take the toys away all of your chihuahuas will become very hostile and will go on a rampage and you will surely die.

    P.S. Don’t get too many toys

  6. Tara Portis says:

    I have a male chi that his owners left him behind when they moved. He bites. And it’s not for any particular reason . We could be petting him or just sitting watching tv and he’s sleeping at the end of my bed and he’ll wake up and charge us . I always make him go outside when he shows aggression of any kind. He is approx 4 1/2 yrs and I’ve had him for 2yrs. Don’t get me wrong he can be very loving and snuggling but we just don’t know when he will attack us

  7. Kathy Odom says:

    My dog, Gracie is almost 11 years old. She has been my dog and loved me more than any human ever has. She is a chi. Lately, she will not even let me pick her up without trying to bite me and my husband. I’m very afraid of her. She tries to attack us, shows all her teeth and will not hesitate to bite. She’s never bitten our vet but tried really hard to today. He doesn’t know why the change in her. What can I do? I love her so much.

    • Leshia says:

      At times I think dogs could be in pain and lash out from not knowing who caused it. I know my old dog was more moody when he felt bad. Possibly let the vet see if he needs am anti inflamirory. He could be responding to a noise that happened at the time of some kind of trauma. It’s hard to tell. I just got a 2 months old chi and she has me going. Potty trained soon as I helped her, but bites constantly. Gotta get better and more toys.

  8. Bethany says:

    I need advice i have a 2yr old chihuahua and its a male when people come over he bites them and leaves a bruise he has bit 2 people and tries to other people and we have to put him in my bedroom

  9. Bernadette says:

    I have a 2yo Chihuahua mix. She is a rescue and I get a sense has been abused in the past. Our main problem is that when we have guests over, she becomes extremely aggressive and tries to bite. We have to lock her in other rooms away from our guests. It doesn’t matter the age- she’s tried to bite my 80 yo mom.
    Any advice for this?

  10. Rosa says:

    How Long does the teething last ? My chiwawa is 5 months and tiny but she seems to be biting more and snaps. She doesn’t tear my skin but she def shows her teeth and is constantly play biting with my hands. Please help! I want her to be sweet and nice and she is for the most part but she is spoiled. Did I totally mess up by spoiling her and having her stay in bed with me and holding her and kissing her constantly ? She just turned five months. Thank you.

    Worried owner

    • Sally says:

      My baby is the same she is 4 months old. Ive found that a loud NO and making a loud noise, say with a book or something to get her attention seems to work and when shes trying to bite me she thinks its a game. I just hold her like a baby and give her a chèwy like you would give a baby a bottle. I have to say that the louder the NO and a loud sound to go with it works the best. Then find a word that he/she understands. I use Settle. It works 😎 or act like he/she hurt you.

  11. Kayley says:

    Hi,iv just adopted a 5yrs old male full chihuahua and he has bit my nose. I think this was my own fault as I picked him up when he was sleeping & stuck my face into him but he is now showing aggression when I walk him especially with big dogs or people with walking sticks.i have asked a behaviour specialist what to do and they said don’t pick him up,cuddle him ,don’t let him up on setee but find this so hard as he is so loving and just wants stoking and cuddled all the time.he even pulls your arm back when you stop stroking him.does anyone no why this is?no one can stoke him or he’l growl but once he has sniffed and Sussed them out he’l get on there knee and let them stroke him no bother

    • Darlene says:

      Please text me if you found a solution to your 5 month old puppy. I just got mine and she’s 3 months and they could be twins. She wont sleep if she’s not next to me. I can’t leave her sight.Im by myself so no one teasers her but the biting has to stop. I tell her NO! and and omg she gets worse. Like she has a demons got control. My son took 2 from the same litter and they are angels. He says go to ur cage and they go. I tell mine that and she charges at me. I clueless as to what to do. I love her so much. Please any advise???

      • Sally says:

        Tell her NO with a loud voice and add something to go with it like a book. She thinks its a game, you have to dhow her its not!! I have had the same problem with my 4 month old. You have to be stern, pick her up by the scruff of the neck. She will yelp, but she thinks Mommy. Also, never hut her say NO in a loud voice how ever many times it takes and use a tool like a book and slam it down on the ground. Personally, i found that grabbing her by the scruff of the neck like a mommy dog would and verbally tell her NO. Also I found a calming word like settle. But never let her chew softly on your hands or fingers cause that confuses her. Its never OK to even lightly chew or nibble on your hands. Hope this helps you😎

  12. ana says:

    My dog Simon bites on every thing, he even broke my lawn mower string. How can he stop from getting into a mess. He’s so noisey!!!

  13. April says:

    I have a ten week old chiweenie named Cinnamon, she is very aggressive and bites my hands and snaps at me on a daily basis, she had plenty toys.I’m afraid to take around anyone or my grand babies because I don’t want them to get bit.

    Help me!!

  14. Tim McG says:

    I seriously do not get this don’t physically punish a chihuahua for biting. In the wild, how do animals show their dominance over another dog? Answer: They bite, they snarl they act physically agressive. And you’re telling me we humans should not? Why? I have found that in addition to verbal commands like saying “No” if Fido still isn’t getting the message a sharp tap on the end of the nose does the trick. It is a dog, not a basket of raw eggs, OK? Now I am NOT talking about beating the dog. Beating an animal is wrong and it is always wrong, but to take away the best physical tools we have to use as a last resort is sheer foolishness. They need to know who is boss and the animal way is through physical touch or control. Think like a dog not a psychologist.

    • Sally says:

      A smack on the nose with this dog goes strait to her brain. Neurologically, it can damage her permanently. There are better ways to deal with her.

  15. Leasha says:

    Hi I have a 13 weeks chi she just keeps biting my 4 year old daughter what do I do

  16. amanda says:

    My chihuahua is 2 yrs old and she keeps attacking my 10 yr old tea cup poodle. She has just started doing this and I don’t know what to do? I love them and would appreciate any ideas.

    • Sally says:

      Shes simply jealous or there is something going on with your older dog medically. I would take your older dog to the vet.

  17. kelly says:

    i have a 1 year old chi who has recently started to snap at people and kids in the street, he only started doing this when our other chi got attacked and killed by another dog in front of him and then a few months down the line a couple of teenage girls were trying to antagonise him.
    Im not sure if its because he is now alone, we are getting another puppy next year so am hoping it will calm it down but cant let this carry on, is there any training tips anyone can give me to help stop this behaviour? he is usually such a loving dog and hate seeing him act up in this way.

  18. Silver says:

    Hello, okay so I just recently got a 3yr old, female Chihuahua ( Possibly mix ) From a Friend, of a Friend. Her previous owners, could no longer take care of her, plus they had her outside and it was getting cold. So they chose to give her away, rather then bring her in.

    Much to my surprise, when I bring her home. I find out, that she is an extremely timid, and shy Girl. And isn’t fond of loud noises at all. She also wasn’t very fond of my other two Dogs. Angel, a 7yr old Chihuahua mix, and Katsu, a Beagel/Dachshund mix. Since she’s so scared, she attacks them for no reason.

    I’ve been working on this, her former owners hadn’t allowed her to interact with any other Animals at all. She is getting a lot better. And she’s even began playing with Katsu.

    They also had been feeding her Human food, nothing but table scraps. And they wonder why she hadn’t been eating her dog food. It was also, an extremely cheap food. If I was a Dog, I wouldn’t eat it either. It’s proving to be difficult breaking her of that Habit, but she’s slowly becoming acustom to chowing down on her own food. Kibbles and Bits.

    Now, you’re probably wondering what the problem is. It’s a biting problem. And it’s only towards my Sister. She’ll be sleeping beside her, and when she goes too move her, to get up or shift around, etc. She growls and bites at her hands. Now my Sister doesn’t take it well, and places her in the floor. In an angry mood, and I try to explain to her that it’s in a Chihuahuas genes. And that we just need to work on it.

    It irks me, that her former owners did nothing at all to train her. But if you’d please, offer some friendly advice I’d thank you kindly.

  19. Irene says:

    My Chihuahua Tipsy will not stop biting my Mum want him out of the house but i love him soo much i don’t want to part with him. I used soo much money to get him but now he is disappointing me.Ave tried even silent treatment but Tipsy bites everything including my Mum sofa set. kindly advice am not ready to loose him yet

  20. Wiley says:

    We have a chi is about 3 1/2 years have had him for 1 1/2 years. He was a rescue dog heartworm positive. We got him thru all of that, healthy and happy, but having problems with biting us. Is very lovable and affectionate but if we allow him to vary from his routine, re sleeping, etc. he bites. If he gets too tired and doesn’t sleep at the exact time he is used to he bites us. If we take him outside with a coat on (we are in a colder climate) and bring him inside where it is warm and try to take his coat off, he bites us. We have been trying the social isolation method to correct this but have been slow with success. Is this common behavior with these dogs? Other than this he is very affectionate and intelligent and obedient

  21. sue says:

    My chihuahua richard is 10 and had his shots 3 days ago when I went to pick him up he went to bite me. I’m so upset I cryed. He has never done that before. Thank u for the infoe I feel better.

  22. Zoee says:

    @Julie, from what I understand from your story was Mitzi are trying to dominant over you. My Chi used to behave this way when he was 2 months old. Is Chi nature to nip or bite. You will need to consistently correcting Mitzi behavior unfortunately only repetitive training can help. Because of their small nature is kind of hard to chase or correcting them. Best would be on collar and chained when correcting any unwanted behavior till repetitive

  23. Julie says:

    So I just got a Chiweenie two days ago, it was from my godmother so I’m not necessarily sure how old it is. Her name is Mitzi Lee and she is very small. She’s a dachshund and a chihuahua and she loves to bite. She’ll nip at my hands, my feet, my ankles, my thighs, my ears, anything really. When she nips at my hands I was told to make a yelping noise, but it doesn’t work. Ever. Whenever I pull back or ignore her she just comes back and bites harder every time. I’m forced to gently push her away. Her toys are always on the bed for her and I feed her regularly. She goes outside quite often, around four or five times a day for about 5 to 10 minutes each. Sometimes she has moments where she’ll get wild and hop off the bed, bite my fingers, run all around and just be a pain, may I mention that I’m typing this at 6:14 am. I got absolutely no sleep and I just had to put her in her crate and put her down stairs because she was attacking me. She doesn’t hurt much, but she repetitively bites over and over and it’s irritating. My mom smacks her in the face but I tell her not to. She tells me she knows best, but not when it comes to animals.
    I’m usually great with all animals.
    Please help me! I don’t want her to be a biting dog and if she continues I can’t have her stay.

  24. BRAELYNN says:

    so this is a real problem i mean but i have been trying to do this for 10 weeks and i just well she went to bite me and i looked her straight in eye and i said NO and u will never guess this is what happened and i felt really bad but she gave me that sad look and bent down and went to her bed i guess since well i have never yelled at her like that before and she actually listened i was just so surprised cause she has never listened to me like that.

  25. Jasmine says:

    Hi. When my 4 month old chi nips I tell her NO and put her down which is when she goes to her crate to sulk. I make a point of NEVER reaching into her crate. I always call her and have her come out on her own. I think this is why she willingly goes there. It’s her own special place to hang out or sulk or for her to be alone if she wants to.
    The problem we’re having now is her growling when she sleep and we want to mover her ie. from the couch or our laps. Any suggestions?

  26. Irish says:

    What would you suggest for a hand-shy and food-aggressive biter? I recently adopted an 18 month old failed show prospect (he was cryptorchid, and although otherwise a perfect conformation candidate, could never be shown because of the hereditary nature of the condition). I had him neutered within a couple of weeks of adopting him, and he has now been neutered for approximately 2 months, so he is about 21 months of age, now.

    His biting occurs either when you try to pet him from the front, or pick him up, and/or when he’s eating or wants to eat something you may have. He is improving with the hand-shy issue, and getting easier to approach from the front or from above, at least with me. Not so much with others–but I’m the one training him, and rewarding him with a treat when he allows the touch of a hand without shying away or trying to bite. However, nothing I’ve tried seems to be working with the food aggression. It’s bad enough that he’s food aggressive if you (or one of my other toy breed dogs) get near him while he eats, but he will also sometimes come all the way from across the kitchen to attack your feet (a distance of 6’10’, depending on which part of the kitchen you’re in) if he happens to be eating. Physical punishment is not an option. My preference is for positive reinforcement for good behavior, and simply ignoring (with or without a sharp “NO” if he’s doing something he shouldn’t) the behavior, when possible. It can, however, be difficult when it comes to a biting dog. Even a tiny one can cause problems if they bite a human, and this little guy can actually draw blood. I know this from unfortunate esperience!

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you

  27. Enaida says:

    Hi my pinky (her name) chihuahua is 3 months old she she weight 1pound go to the pad to do her stuff i have her in a playpen and the grate inside shes been good the only think is the bitting and wen i put her sweter omg she get so tense and start bitting me she needed were i live is cold shes ok after im put it on, im confuse, maybe she do not like? What should i do? Thanks.

    • SuAnn says:

      Irish I have to tell you this you are way over your head if you’re allowing without any kind of physical pulling up on the dog’s neck collar or tapping on the nose that behavior is only going to get worse you can also isolate him to a crate and that would be your ignoring him not just letting him run around because that’s not correcting anything and I know because I’ve been there I have scars to show for it when I finally got down to business and wasn’t going to take it anymore I put those two things into effect but I also rewarded good behavior when it came and another thing I did I did not reward the behavior until the dog remain submissive in other words calm down and withdrew those beady eyes showing teeth, barking and it worked but it did take some time everything in me is telling me to write you this and don’t think those dogs can’t do destruction without biting it get worse okay I just had to tell you please feel free to let me know if this is Helpful SuAnn

  28. Jennyb says:

    I have got a male chi who is probably about 1 1/2 I’ve never had a problem, he’s always been “my boy” I tap him on the bum if he wees up something but then again I always have but not hard litterelly like a tiny tap. Recently same scenario he peed on my clean washing I went to tap his bum and he ran away since then the has tried to bite me several times and now doesn’t want to know me. I have a 4 year old and I don’t want to risk her getting bitten but at the same time I don’t want to give up on him. His tail is always curled under when I’m in the room, he won’t look at me anymore it’s really getting me down he will turn his head as far as he can to avoid looking at me. He seems fine with my daughter although I’m not letting her get too close at the moment and is fine with my partner. Any tips or ideas?? I do have another chi that is pregnant but I don’t think that can be anything to do with it as he is fine when I’m around her he doesn’t react or anything?

    • Giacci says:

      my chi does that as well… when I yell at her or tell her no, she wont look at me for hours. try sweet talking? it works for my girl. They hold grudges for some reason.

      • Latosha Marks says:

        Did it get better? My dog is chi is doing that now since I tapped him for bitting me on the lip when I wanted kisses, an curling his lip. He is only 4 months old…. it seems he loves everyone but me right now…

  29. Brindy says:

    I have a 10 month old Chihuahua mix. She is cute, playful and somewhat trained. I did have a hard time training her not to poop in the house at first. Then I observe her on how long it takes her after she eats that she has to poop and pee. Once I know that ( for her, its two hours), I take her out. Now I don’ have a problem. At night, I put a pee pad in the bathroom and she pees on it if she needs to. My only problem now is how to stop her frm biting even playfully

  30. WPRCJCPA says:

    Ive been teaching my 3 month old basic commands and he is learning it fairly well. Here are only two things i cant teach, to stop him from biting and where to poop or take his leak. I hope this article helps me on the biting problem.

  31. Dhruv Bhagat says:

    If you want your dog to prevent biting, you have to spend some time with your dog.. Knowing dog’s behavior is the perfect idea to know the reason behind dog’s aggressiveness. This will help you and your dog in a playful mood..!!

    Thanks for writing on this wonderful topic on a specific breed too.. I would love to have Chihuahua as my new pet 😀

  32. E.M says:

    You should NEVER use your crate as a punishment or time out! Time outs are human psychology!! If your dog bites a firm “NO,” and put the dog on the floor if hes on the couch, otherwise ask your dog for a behaviour you DO agree with, sit, down, etc; and REWARD that behaviour!! NEVER hit your dog!

    Your dogs crate should be a positive and safe place for him/her. As this is their version of a den. They need to be able to go in and out as they please to insure that they feel safe in their own environment!!

  33. Olivia Peters says:

    I believe my dog is a chihuahua and was miss treated before I got him so I am wondering how to stop his biting? My dog has bit there daughter and they want him gone.I am staying at relatives for now and they want my dog gone. I do not want to give him away . But I don’t know what.

    Olivia peters

    • Be patient and focus on positive reinforcement rather than punishment. When your Chihuahua begins to show signs of aggression (growling, showing teeth, tense body, etc.), tell them “NO” in a stern manner followed by ignoring them. It’s your tone of voice that will tell them who’s the leader (YOU!). On the other hand, when your Chihuahua is docile and affectionate, show your appreciation with petting, praise and the occasional treat.

      • Giacci says:

        So you say to reward by petting and what not. I rescued my dog and I believe she was abused. She gets aggressive sometimes when I go to put on her jacket to go outside for a walk. And when she gets to the point of being mad and lashing out, she sees red and sometimes wont come back from it for a straight minute or so, so saying no doesnt always work. I dont know what else to do. I love her so much but she has made me afraid of her.

        • Lady says:

          She’s taking the role of alpha in this situation. You need to establish dominace and take the role of alpha. If you need help with this search for training a dog in a pack.

  34. michele carson says:

    oh i think a have done a good job for a few things .he is puppy pad trained for both it was a lot of work but we made it and i feed him three times aday he eats very good and he do have alot of toys the ones that u r talking about i live in a apartment so he don’t no how to potty out side i fell i’m half way there it hurts when he bites me so i need help thanks again

  35. michele carson says:

    i thank u so much for putting the words up so i can try to have and love my pet more he is driveing my crazy i had him sense he’s been 5wks. i love him and i have put a lot of money in him his name is papi thank u again for your kind words to help me.i will give him away befor i hurt him thank u again i hope to here from u

    • Hang in there Michele! Training isn’t always easy, but your Chihuahua will eventually come around if you remain persistent and focus on positive reinforcement. Let me know if there’s anything I can help you with.

    • Paul Valerio says:

      We just got a long hair chi that is 3 weeks away from getting his first set of shots, (sorry forgot how many weeks he is), we are trying to train him not to bit and chew on everything and was also wondering what kinda of treats to buy him like brand wise and do we buy biskets or what? We did buy some but he won’t even eat them.. we mainly need tips on the chewing and bitting ( which I think is because he is teething) and what kind of toys are best for him?

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