Gen Sekimoto
Gen Sekimoto answered

Mentioned by many other great answers already. It’s all of the above: Adjusting to the new environment, missing its mom and siblings, building trust with you, etc. Give it some time. It’ll take several weeks, then it’ll integrate with your life.

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HappyTwo BeHereTwo
HappyTwo BeHereTwo answered Johnathan Kaminski's question

Hi Jonathan!  Here's a couple of articles from the dog whisperer you may find useful.

https://www.cesarsway.com/dog-training/socialization/what-to-do-when-dogs-play-too-rough

https://www.cesarsway.com/dog-behavior/biting/nipping-nipping-in-the-bud

If she keeps it up despite your best efforts, you may wish to speak to a trainer.  They'll be able to observe her directly to get a better idea of what she's doing.  :)



HappyTwo BeHereTwo
HappyTwo BeHereTwo answered Landy Toler's question

Is it your dog?  I suggest you seek advice from a professional trainer.  There's lots of advice online - but if the situation is dangerous, you should get help.

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