Below you'll find several ideas to help your developing puppy from being "bad" and to help it, and you too, to get through this stressful teething period as easily as possible.
Give the new puppy plenty of exercise and attention to relieve boredom which often leads to chewing
• Crate the puppy if you cannot watch it
Use Commercial Sprays to alleviate chewing of household items - Listerine is also good
Do not give the puppy old shoes or socks to chew on - it cannot differentiate old ones from your brand new ones
Give your puppy toys of its own to chew on - it is also good to give these to your pup when he begins to teeth on you
Give your pure bred puppy one of its toys when it acts as though it may chew something it should not
Move items you do not want the puppy to get into out of its reach - cover all power cords, remove pens/ pencils, plants (many are poisonous), books, etc.
With a little bit of planning, patience and caring, you can help your new purebred puppy through this important puppy teething stage of it's life.