New Show format!
POV (or Point of View) Training shows in which we will address these behaviors from YOUR POINT OF VIEW.
- Jumping up is a BIG ISSUE.
- It is time for you to take control of your situation and your dog!
- It’s going to take work!
- Where are the issues and prepare for them in the future.
- What is the behavior that needs to be modified?
- What do you want your dog to do?
- ALWAYS speak in the affirmative and say it OUT LOUD!
- “I want my dog to learn to stay on all four legs when greeting my friends and other dogs.”
- What you have done in the past.
- Given opportunity to be good? enduring bad behavior hoping it stops?
- Now is the time to start that practice.
- When you are approaching a possible jumping situation, say to your dog, OUT LOUD, “Stay on all fours, I want you to choose”.
- If she is pulling you, keep saying this phrase and praising your dog for staying on all fours.
Learn to see and speak what you want from your dog.
- Make her approach things she wants to jump up on and praise her even as she is pulling, barking, and trying to get to that thing.
- Do not hold her back.
- Even for the short time she is on all four paws, PRAISE!
- If she jumps, give a quick correction with the leash taking her about 10 feet away from the temptation.
- This practice is only for YOU, not your dog.
- When you are only looking for the negative, you can only see the negative.
- It has to be YOU that makes the change to start looking for the correct, positive, affirmative, pleasing, behavior you want from your dog.
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