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Old July 6th, 2010, 09:35 AM
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Our Malamute puppy is the same way. I thought, at first, he was being very aggressive, but he's not. He just plays very rough and also does not like being told "no". He throws temper tantrums just like a kid

When I tell him no and point my finger he will growl and even snarl and try to bite my finger. The more I say no, the madder he gets. I have to tell him "no bite" and put him in the bathroom until he calms down. I try not to laugh, but it is pretty amusing (for now!). He's 16 weeks and now weighs 57 lbs, so we need to get him back to training asap
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