Puppies bite for a variety of reasons, including teething, boredom, and excitement.
When your puppy bites, redirect their behavior to something appropriate, such as a chew toy or a bone.
Give your puppy plenty of chew toys to keep them occupied and prevent them from biting you or other objects.
Teach your puppy the command "leave it" to help them learn to stop biting when you ask them to.
It is important to be consistent with your training and to never punish your puppy for biting.
Yelping or screaming will only excite your puppy and make them want to bite more.
Avoid rough play with your puppy, as this can teach them that biting is okay.