Puppies Are Play Fighting But Mom Knows How To Stop Them

Mama dog has to step in and calm down the pups before giving them a stern lecture about their behavior.

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Is it ok for puppies to play fight?

When puppies play-fight, they are learning important social skills that will serve them well throughout their lives. Dogs are social animals, and play-fighting is one of the ways they establish dominance and hierarchy within a pack. puppies who play-fight learn to control their bite force and to be aware of the body language of other dogs. This is essential for healthy social interactions as they grow older. In addition, play-fighting helps puppies to burn off excess energy and to stay physically fit. As long as they are supervised by an adult and are not allowed to get too rough, play-fighting can be an important part of a puppy’s development.

It’s not uncommon to see two puppies play-fighting, and it can be difficult to know if this is normal behavior or cause for concern. In most cases, play-fighting is perfectly harmless and helps puppies to socialize and learn important skills. However, there are some situations where play-fighting can become problematic. For example, if one puppy consistently dominates the other or if the play becomes too aggressive, it may be necessary to intervene. Puppies that have been mistreated or neglected may also be more likely to engage in aggressive play. If you’re ever unsure about whether your puppy’s behavior is normal, it’s best to consult with a veterinarian or animal behaviorist. With a little guidance, you can ensure that your puppy has a healthy and enjoyable childhood.

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