How to Get Your Chihuahua Rat Terrier to Stop Biting


Randy K
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The Chihuahua rat terrier is a mixed-breed dog that is a cross between a full Chihuahua and rat terrier. Chihuahua mixes weigh less than 10 pounds, but they can be nippy toward children and even possessive of their owners. No dog should be allowed or encouraged to bite, regardless of its size. A multiple-layered approach to obedience is necessary to train a biting or nipping Chihuahua rat terrier not to do so.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
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