Dog Jumps While You Try to Relax

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Your dog jumps all over you but you want to relax after a hard day at work.  See if any of this sounds familiar:

You just want to kick back. You certainly don’t want to do any dog training!

Even when you have guests come over.  They sit down on the couch and your dog is all over them trying to get their attention.We have all experienced this dog behavior problem of our dog jumping all over us at some time.

You can fix this without andy dog training AND while you are relaxing.

You literally, don’t have to do anything.


Watch as I explain and show you how understanding 3 simple things about your dog, will stop the dog jumps and give you:

Thanks for letting me share my dog training knowledge with you. Don’t be a stranger. Feel free to comment below. I’d love to hear what you think.

Remember: “Together, We Can Raise a Happy and Obedient Dog”

Jim Burwell, Houston dog trainer for 25+ years, serving over 10,000 clients, has a profound understanding of dog behavior and the many things, we as humans, do that influence that behavior – good or bad. Jim has the ability to not only steer dogs and puppies down the right path but to also train the owners to understand their part in having a great dog.

 

10 replies
  1. Leila Martin
    Leila Martin says:

    Ionna the picture to click on is the picture of Jim sitting in the chair at the top of the post with the small triangle in the middle. That will start the video

  2. lonna
    lonna says:

    it says to see video click on picture??? there is no picture, i have 3 bullies who jump all over me!!!!! please email me the video desperate bruised mommy 🙂 thanks

  3. Monica
    Monica says:

    Hi Jim, love your tips! The sit command and the settle commands really work for us. My dog (1.5 yr old shepard mix) is getting better at the no jumping. She is a licker, however – meaning she sneaks a lick in on anyone and everyone. She’s not licking herself, she is licking people. I get her to sit and that works for me. But, visitors/friends get licked. Any suggestions? Thanks! Monica

  4. Jim Burwell
    Jim Burwell says:

    It’s good to hear you are enjoying my tips. I look forward to working with you and your great dogs again. We’ll continue to focus on the “come command.” Just let me know.

  5. Jim Burwell
    Jim Burwell says:

    Ken, You didn’t say how old your dog is but assuming somewhere between puppy and adolescent (teenager),
    I’d look at putting a leash on your dog, foot on the leash, then say, “Settle.) This should begin to set a boundary for your puppy–stay here and settle down.
    Let me know how that goes. Same rules apply don’t look at, talk to or touch. Build up “settle time” in 5 minute increments to reasonablen amount of time you desire your dog
    to relax by your foot.

  6. Gretchen Odum
    Gretchen Odum says:

    I am enjoying your weekly tips. Rudy and Lily are doing well need more work on our come – like the new fence! Take care and you all have a nice Labor Day!
    Gretchen

  7. Ken Dearing
    Ken Dearing says:

    Tried it and my Golden kept biting my shoe. I would change to the other leg and she would bite the other shoe. Any help is welcome. Thanks.

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