Our 9 week old Siberian Husky puppy loves to bite
(play biting, chewing, etc.) everything -- including hands, faces, skin, etc.
We need to stop this chewing problem because she doesn't seem resistant to biting people despite our attempts to stop/correct/redirect this behavior. We have tried a lot of the usual methods that I've read in various threads/links (such as giving chew toys as an alternative, corrections by holding muzzle, loud yelps or "No"s when she bites, etc.), but they don't seem to be working.
I know people say this is a phase she will grow out of, but I don't want to count on that -- I don't want to raise a dog who bites. I also believe she didn't learn "the rules" from her litter mates since we got her at 6 weeks, which I've read is a bit too early.
Appreciate anyone who could share what worked for them to get their puppy or dog to stop biting?