You can gently hold your puppy to keep him from jumping on guests, or back away so your puppy can’t make contact with you if you’re the one their trying jumping on.
One way to prevent constant barking is to let them understand that silence is rewarded with a treat. Every time they stop, give them a treat. As your puppy begins to understand, legthen the time in between the quiet and the treat. This process may take some time, but is
You can help your puppy socialize by taking walks, going to a dog park, and eventually, introducing them to other non-aggressive dogs. Don’t socialize your puppy until it is somewhat older and well trained.
No. Do not punish your puppy for this. If your puppy has an accident inside, take them outside to finish. And never let them see you clean it up.
Always make sure your puppy has fun chew toys at their disposel in order to keep them from ripping up your stuff. Puppy loves biting and playing and deserve their own toys!