MemberAugust 2, 2012 at 3:30 am3140
I would say that they are polar opposites. Bite inhibition is a dog moderating the amount of pressure they use for a bite. This would be the contrary to what you try to teach doing bitework, which is to bite hard and with a full mouth.
One will not teach the other.
Control or aggression inhibition can be taught during protection training. It should not be a method used to teach an aggressive dog how not to bite. You end up with an unstable dog who knows how to bite more effectively.