A. Puppies do chew but it is a habit you want to stop. Limit the access he has to things, cage him at night and whilst you are out. Discourage biting play by stopping play as soon as he does this and ignore him until he stops. This MUST be repeated EVERY time by ALL members of the house or otherwise he will just get confused and it may make the problem worse.
Enrol him in puppy training classes. They are the best way of socialising and trainers will be able to show you little tricks to stop unwanted behaviors
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