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Well, since no one has given this answer yet, I will propose it. My dog (the licker) knows the command no licking! She loves to lick (not obnoxiously, but if I even just compliment her, she wants to lick my hand. She also indicates her desire to play, eat, or go outside with hand licks [plus body language]. And other unknown stuff.) Not liking too much ...


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Okay, if you truly want to immediately stop the behavior, you will need to give immediate unpleasant results when he does it. "No Thank You" and other firm verbal commands do work - over time. The child needs to learn what the phrase means before it will have any impact. At this stage in the game, a light tap on the cheek, with a firm "No" will equate ...


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For me this is a combination of a few approaches. I usually go through something like this: Can I live with this? If so, then do. I mostly prefer the hands off approach when possible (let him learn through experience). But of course sometimes the answer here is 'no', and the answer is different for different people. At least the first few times, be a ...



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