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  1. I have no idea what to do, my staffy Lexi is 1, so she's still a puppy, but it's becoming a problem now that she's still play-biting because her teeth are obviously bigger and she's a lot stronger now, and also she's still jumping. It's to the point now where when she see's other people she's running over to them, jumping up and biting them (not aggressively it's ALL play, I assure you, she's the sweetest dog ever and not any of my dogs have ever done anything aggressive towards people). I've done everything I can possibly think of to correct her, I've yelled at her 'NO' because I get frustrated when she grabs me a little too hard, or jumps on me, I've tried completely ignoring it, i've tried blocking her, I've tried calmly saying no, I've tried redirecting her attention, I've tried everything but hitting, which I absolutely refuse to do. However, my dad thinks that doing the 'tap on the nose' is the only way to get her to stop... But I disagree, I really don't wanna 'tap' her on the nose, there has to be another way. Can anyone tell me any ways of stopping her? Training Techniques, anything? Thank you Some pictures of my girls, they're loving Autumn ^_^
  2. I'm just wondering about this... We have a 8-9 month old blue Staffordshire Bull Terrier called Lexi, and I've just started to notice that she has darker blue spots on her... Is this normal and just how her markings are, or should I be worried? Thank you for any advice xxx
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