Session 81: Stopping Jumping on You and Other People
If there’s one consistent thing that owners put at the top of their list for behaviors it’s to keep their dogs from jumping on their owners and other people. I will discuss options and how to create the right environment for it.
Today’s rescue pup is Maia! Thanks to P.U.P. dog rescue as always and to get more information about Maia, visit her page by clicking here.
In this episode I talk about the modes of communication, starting with postural and vocal methods and their place in this type of training. These are essential in understanding the communication between you and any dog and is important when assessing feedback.
I also talk about the loose leash technique and what things you’ll look before that happen before your dog tries to jump.
Details In this Session
For training sessions like this one I’d recommend going back and listening to episodes 2, 3 and 4, if you haven’t listened to those already. Those episodes give you foundational understandings of my relationship-based method and some of the theoretical constructs that I refer to in training episodes of the podcast.
I’ve been training people and dogs in Seattle for the last decade and a half. My main focus when working with clients every week in one-on-one, private lessons is to help people learn to get their dogs to a functional level so that they can actually enjoy spending time every day with their dog instead of stressing about their dog’s behavior issues.