Limited Time Promotion

We are currently offering up to a 35% website credit on our "available now" puppies.


Prices reflect the credit and is automatically applied during checkout.

The credits offered at this time are not applicable towards past purchases or pending balances.

Call 787-974-PUPS (787) or make an appointment —>  https://bit.ly/33pxq61

Puppy training packages are available, please call for more info.

Delivery is now available all over Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, USVI'S, and all of the USA.

Somos los primeros en PR licenciados por el Dept de Salud. Nuestros 🐶 incluyen sus vacunas, historial de salud, microchip, están desparasitados y tienen garantía genética por 1 año. Si no encuentras el 🐶 que buscas, ingrese su info 👉 https://bit.ly/3PW2GNK

LIC# 865827



DoctorPup Complimentary Service

Helpful Videos, Forum Q&A, Articles and more

DoctorPup Logo

Training Tips


December 20, 2017, 4:23 AM
Q: How do we stop puppy from biting all the time? We have tried and tried to distract him with another toy but he still bites. We have tried saying no in an angry voice but it has no affect. We have had to put him in his crate for time out but that doesn't really work either. In general when we tell him no he gets more determined to do what we are correcting him about. He is a 12 week ole teacup Pomerania.
A: Unfortunately the corrective measures you have tried are sending the wrong message or no message at all. I know you will see suggestions of substituting a toy but that hardly ever works, in a way, at least to me, it is actually rewarding the behavior.....if you bite me I will play with you. Using his crate as a “time out” is also not appropriate. The bottom line is your corrective steps are not noticeable and reservable for him. Even though you will read discussions from behavoralists that your hand should not be part of your correction I find that a “thump” on the nose along with verbal admonishment works the best for me. If you use a “time out” it needs to be in a “penalty box (room)” that is unfamiliar, many times a bathroom works well.