Puppies don't bite, they chew. They are teething and chewing helps relieve the pain. Daisy Mae 👈 and I have a new family member, Scout, who thinks everything is a chew toy, including Daisy Mae and me. There are plenty of loving ways to teach a puppy what s/he can and can't chew on. Repetition is key, along with patience. If I'm holding or playing with Scout and he tries to chew on me I pull my hand away from his mouth and say, "No bite!" I know, I said puppies don't bite, but "No bite!" is more forceful than "No chew!" If Scout is too excited and can't settled down, I put him on the floor and give him a toy. I always have lots of alternative chew toys handy. Soak a washcloth and freeze it. Puppies love chewing on that. Don't ever hit your puppy or yell at your puppy. Remember, a puppy is just like a baby. But they are not dumb. Scout stopped trying to chew on me after only 4 days. Now he gives me kissies. When he gets too aggressive with Daisy Mae, she jumps on the sofa where Scout can't reach her.