Well my 2 cents. I started this journey in getting a puppy by somehow ending up at a "known" puppy mill site, little to much knowledge. I started looking around falling in love with so many puppies and was amazed at how "cheap" they were. Then I recalled that my co-worker recently got a puppy and spent a pretty penny on him coming from a show breeder. Doing research and what not I started to learn about all the complexities of buying a puppy. So I did my homework and got Sparky. Unfortunately, not alot of people know/learn these things. I bet alot of people think puppies are just puppies and everything would be all fine, but little they do know. The nipping and other problems are related to getting a puppy at such a young age. They finally go to the internet looking for help. Well that's what everyone does know. You need to replace a light bulb you go on youtube and learn how. They end up here, like me looking for more answers, only to get a slap in the face. Sorry. You screwed up. You didn't do your homework. You are on your own. Now they feel like its completely hopeless and now they will have a problem dog. Problem dog will end up at a shelter. So this dog is now of age and someone "rescues" them. Now it's ok for this forum to help this person? Makes no sense. I think it would be appropriate at least to guide them towards the right path, to minimize any problems. It is unfair to the puppies who were plucked from their mommies at such a young age. At least these folks are actually trying to find out what needs to be done to help with their problems.