I'm just kidding. Maybe. I got my second GCC, Goose, a few months ago and since the second or third day of having him he's had a terrible habit of chewing on me. It's not really biting because it's not a quick or aggressive, he just likes trying to chew my skin off. Sometimes it'll be just a nibble that progresses into something harder, but somtimes he goes straight in to trying to shred my skin off. He does this on any exposed piece of skin he can get to, but mostly my hands because he's realized that he can actually get some skin off of them. If he's able to get a hangnail or piece of cuticle off he chews on it liek gum. I always handle him with clean hands so I know it's not because I smell or taste like food (unless he really does like the taste of human flesh). Sometimes it hurts really bad and he's made me bleed more than a few times. He isn't hesitant or afraid of my hands in any way. He really likes being handled and his body language has never seemed aggressive. I try not to react too much to it because I don't want to reinforce the behavior, but I've never "punished" him for it either because I wouldn't even know how to and I don't want him to distrust me for any reason. The only thing I've done is tried putting him down and not giving him attention when it happens (doesn't seem to care) and sometimes I do blow on him just to distract him when it hurts too bad for me to handle. I know people always say that you should reward the positive behavior instead of focusing on the negative, but I don't know how to go about that in this case. He does it about half of the time, so am I supposed to just feed him treats the whole time he's not chewing on me? He'll get fat, wont he? Any advise on how to get him to stop is very appreciated!!!!