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postheadericon Do you want to learn some highly potent methods of teaching a dog not to jump on people

Do you want to learn some highly potent methods of teaching a dog not to jump on people? In a short while, I will reveal to you a few proven tactics to keep your dog from jumping up on people.

However, before we talk about the appropriate solutions, I would just like to point out that when the dog jumps on people, it means that he’s just trying to be friendly.

Your dog is just trying to buddy up with that person so please don’t yell at him. In just a bit, I’ll share with you an alternative approach which is in my experience, one of the best methods of teaching a dog not to jump on people.

Okay here are few methods you can use right away to curb this sweet but fairly dangerous behavior.

Teach your dog critical obedience commands like “sit” or “stay down”. You see, many owners fail to tackle this behavior issue effectively because they don’t bother to teach their pets the aforementioned commands.

You MUST make sure that your dog understands these commands 100%! So whenever you catch him trying to jump on people, you can simply tell him to “stay down”.

You also need the proper support in order to pull this off well thus, you also need to…

Coach your guests!

Okay here’s what I mean. Often when a dog jumps on the guests, they tend to praise the dog because they view such behavior as something cute and sweet.

It is best that your guests avoid praising the dog as this would only spur him to repeat the action. In fact, tell the visitors not to pay attention when they catch the dog jumping on them. This would certainly help discourage the behavior from occurring in the future.

Quite frankly, there are plenty of workable methods of teaching a dog no to jump on people, but they will never work if your dog keeps receiving positive response upon exhibiting this habit.

The key is in the C-word

Want to know what the C-word is?

It’s consistency. This is the key to solving your dog’s inappropriate jumping problem. In fact, by remaining consistent in your approach to training, you’ll also be able to solve ANY behavior problems.

Set a specific amount of time each day for training your dog and do your best to adhere to the each training schedule.

That’s not all, you should also be consistent with regards to what it is your dog can or can not do. For instance, don’t tell him to “stay down” when he tries to jump on a visitor A, but it is okay to jump on visitor B.

Make it clear straight away what is okay and what is not okay and be consistent about it.

There are other advanced methods of teaching a dog not to jump on people but try to stick with the basics first to ensure everything goes smoothly.

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