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Stop Your Dog From Jumping Up

Most times your dog jumping on you is because they are excited to see you. However, a dog jumping on you or people who come to your house can quickly become a nuisance and maybe get someone hurt. Here are some tips for stopping the four-legged dog from becoming a two-legged standing one:

1) Start young
This applies for almost any training but if you let the behavior continue into your dog’s adulthood will only get harder to break. If you start when they are only puppies, a lot more progress can be accomplished.

2) Hitting the dog is worthless
Don’t hit your dog or push him down forcefully when he jumps on you. He won’t understand and may even think you’re playing with him.

3) Less attention is more
When your dog jumps up, don’t pet him, this will only make things much worse. Instead, when you see the dog about to jump, turn and start to walk away without saying anything. After he misses or just glances off of you, he might just get the idea.

4) Use other commands
If your dog has learned the most basic command of “Sit” use it in your favor. As he thinking about jumping, tell him to sit. If he complies, get down to his level, and reward him with a good pet or a treat. That will give your dog the impression that it’s better to stay down.

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27177 State Highway 189,

Blue Jay, CA 92317

Phone. 909-336-1061

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