UPDATE: Puppy “attacks” me because he thinks we’re playing, how to stop him while it’s happening?

Hi, I was asked for an update, so here it is! original post [here](https://www.reddit.com/r/Dogtraining/comments/v94cgj/puppy_attacks_me_because_he_thinks_we_are_playing). First of all, thank you so much to everyone who responded to my first post, there was a lot of helpful information and it was very comforting to read other people’s experiences and know I wasn’t alone. We found that yelling didn’t work, and using a treat to deflect the bites helped a bit, but didn’t really do anything to calm and calm him down. Ultimately, better wait times was the solution. We bought a second smaller playpen and now the minute he starts biting or generally gets too hyper, he goes in there to calm down. It usually only falls asleep once the stimulation has been removed. We originally tried to put him on timeout in his cage, but it was too confined and made it really nasty. Just a little more structure has completely improved all of our lives. Thanks again everyone for the help! Edit: My pup is a 14 week old Australian Shepherd TLDR: I bought a small playpen, the pup asks for timeouts when he starts hyper behavior or bites.

Hi, I was asked for an update, so here it is! original post [here](https://www.reddit.com/r/Dogtraining/comments/v94cgj/puppy_attacks_me_because_he_thinks_we_are_playing). First of all, thank you so much to everyone who responded to my first post, there was a lot of helpful information and it was very comforting to read other people’s experiences and know I wasn’t alone. We found that yelling didn’t work, and using a treat to deflect the bites helped a bit, but didn’t really do anything to calm and calm him down. Ultimately, better wait times was the solution. We bought a second smaller playpen and now the minute he starts biting or generally gets too hyper, he goes in there to calm down. It usually only falls asleep once the stimulation has been removed. We originally tried to put him on timeout in his cage, but it was too confined and made it really nasty. Just a little more structure has completely improved all of our lives. Thanks again everyone for the help! Edit: My pup is a 14 week old Australian Shepherd TLDR: I bought a small playpen, the pup asks for timeouts when he starts hyper behavior or bites.

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