Lhasapoo Question

We bought a lhasapoo who is 4 months old. She is a wonderful little doggie but she has one...


We bought a lhasapoo who is 4 months old. She is a wonderful little doggie but she has one problem. She likes to nibble on our feet. When we push her away, she thinks we are playing and gets more aggressive to biting our feet. Does anyone know how to stop this hang-up she has?

    In Lhasapoo - Asked by Anonymous - 7/10/2011 12:56:42 PM
Your lhasapoo needs to be walked more often. This will tire her out. If this doesn't work, don't push her away. You could do one of 2 things. 1. Ignore her. Totally turn around and pretend she's not even there. They respond quickly to this. 2. Say no. Don't push her away. Say no firmly and she will know you mean business. I hope this helped:)
    Answered by Anonymous - 7/19/2011 5:46:26 PM


my 9 month old lhaso does exactly the same thing but you have to just teach him "NO", he will eventually learn.
    Answered by Anonymous - 8/7/2011 9:35:52 AM


I have a lhasapoo/cocker mix - she is little over a year old. We adopted from a shelter and she likes my feet also, she is really good with other dogs and loves kids, maybe it is the cocker in her. She does not like to be alone but is so loveable and loves to go with my husband on bike rides she will go 4-5 miles and still want to play when she gets home. so thanks for the advice on here it will really help me .
    Answered by Anonymous - 8/14/2011 12:04:13 AM


the best thing to do is to say NO with a little loud tone not just a playful NO,or Ignore her and she will stop.
    Answered by Anonymous - 3/14/2012 7:18:38 AM


When your lhasa poo is doing something you don't like they are probably bored. Say no loud enough so they know you're not having fun. Then after he moves on to something else play with him, fetch, chase, or tug of war until they are whipped. If you can remember to play every time you can this will keep a puppy from chewing shoes, wires, underwear, etc. you can play fetch while your watching tv.
    Answered by Anonymous - 4/22/2012 4:34:44 PM