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Puppies and dogs naturally jump up on people when they say hello. ... The key to teaching your dog not to jump on you when she greets you is to tell her that ...


Puppies and small dogs will want to jump up to get closer to our faces and find ... The behavior you want to remove--stopping the puppy jumping--is not gone. .... I have had people tell me to use a shock/voice collar to train her not to jump and I ...


How to stop your dog from jumping on people. ... This kind of attention is wonderful for a human child, but not for a dog. Remember dogs are animals, and the ...


Many dogs jump up on their owners or others as a submissive greeting ritual or appeasement ... Teaching a dog takes consistency and practice, so stick with it, don't get ... The rule for jumping should apply for all situations and all people.

Sep 10, 2013 ... And it is so relieving to find people like you on the internet that use positive reinforcement, .... how to train my dog not to fuck my leg pls tell me.


May 5, 2009 ... Teach your dog to sit quietly for greetings, rather than jump on people. ... way to get people to say hi is just to sit there and not jump up.. at ... For simplicity I'll just speak of dogs, but the training tips here apply to puppies too.


Jul 21, 2010 ... We not only permit this behavior, we encourage it. ... Dogs greet each other nose- to-nose and want to do the same with us. Since our noses are ... Allowing your dog to jump on people can be dangerous, too. You can ... Training. Teach your dog that he gets no attention if he's jumping on you or anyone else.


Ask people you meet on walks or visitors to your home to not pay your dog any attention until he has calmed down. This will teach him that a) jumping does not ...


Mar 7, 2014 ... Trainer Mikkel Becker offers simple solutions on how to stop a dog from jumping up on people. ... Q. Any time someone comes in my house, my dog jumps on him. ... While the idea of "training" may seem daunting, it is simply teaching an ... it or not, you are actually training your dog every moment of the day.