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We had the very same problem. We yelped or just made any noise to shock him if he did it. This did seem to stop it. Another method we used was to clap once loudly right in front of his face. Just another way to shock him. Occasionally if he was being persistent I would pick him up immediately after he nipped and put him quickly in another room away from everyone without looking at him or saying anything. After a minute I would let him back in the room with us and give him lots of praise as long as there was no more biting. I believe Stanley new that if he nipped he would be taken away from the fun for a short while.
It may be no consolation now but I'm sure it WILL stop as they grow out of it
 
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