Want to stop your dog jumping up on people?

Don’t be too hard on him or her. Apparently it’s just a common behavior that starts in puppyhood. And if no one teaches the dog otherwise, that same behaviour often continues into adulthood. Not too bad if it’s a small dog, but it can be a real problem with larger ones.

Dog trainers say the caring owner needs to set boundaries early in the dog’s life.



[Photo by daveynin, CC License]

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