One common challenge that dog owners have is that their dog LOVES to jump up on everything. This can be especially difficult if your dog loves jumping up on people! This 4-step training plan will teach your dog to stop jumping up and it will allow you to start rewarding them sooner! Not being worried about them jumping up is a huge relief when it comes to meeting people and going to more places with your dog!
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Obviously my Golden needs to watch this video again.
Me too 😁
🤣😂🤣, I have 5 german shorthair that need to buckle down on their homework 🤞.
Thank you for this video❤
I could listen to Steve forever, so calm and confident. Very helpful training style!
Thank you so much for this! I’ve been trying to train my dog not to jump since over 4 weeks now but nothing seemed to work. Your method helped in teaching her in less than 2 minutes! I now will continue to reinforce this behaviour till it comes naturally to her!
Just tried this with my 9 month old rescue pup after a few jump ups on strangers. She got the idea in 2 minutes! Going to start in the house and build up slowly. Thank you!
So often trainers make videos with smart, relatively attentive dogs that are eager to learn/please. We have always had that kind of dog, so dog training came easy for us. A dear friend has recently asked me to occasionally dog sit, in my home, a dog that is so hyper, frantic really, that she seems to have zero attention span the moment the lead is released. Seems like she’s on the extreme end of the bell curve for hyperactivity – too frantic to readily make connections between her behavior and consequences. It would be helpful to see trainers work this this kind of dog, one that really challenges the trainer.
Try adding omega 3 fatty acids to his diet. Specifically DHA for attentiveness focus n memory
It’s the same thing except you start from the root of the main problem first. It’s simple and humans complicate it
Omg I actually love how you have said this when I see stuff like this video it makes me think alright but how would you do that with a hyper dog as my girls personality is very over excited and she doesn’t really have a long attention span so she just wants to go and play and do whatever else she wants to do she is constantly on the go and let me tell you when she sees people that’s it there is no controlling her I try to but she loves people so much she just loves to give them kisses so something like this would not work for my girl and whenever I say something like this to a trainer they say I’m a bad owner or they say to use prong collors and stuff like that but then I don’t want to cause any pain whatsoever ever to a animal
Exactly. This video did not help at all.
Great tips! I have an 85 pound bully and we struggle with him jumping on people . There are some people who don’t help of course by instigating him to jump . Then there are the people who stand and freeze in horror as he does it to them lol. He’s a great dog just very editable. I really appreciate these tips , Thank you!!
Didn’t this work for you? I have 3 bullys, and they all jump :/
Thank you for these tips. I just adopted a puppy and I’ve been having issues with her jumping not only on me, but more often, other people. I really think these will help her (Dahlia) learn that jumping in inappropriate! She is incredibly intelligent and has already learned many other commands…she just is sticky still about jumping.
Did it help ?
@Hadassah Joseph it did a little bit but I ended up buying a training collar with a beeping feature and it helped. It has a vibrate/shock feature but for distracting her to teach her not to jump the beeping worked wonders.
I tried this today with our two jumping Labradors, ages 1 and 2 years. I couldn’t believe how quickly they caught on!!! You have seriously changed our lives with this video. Thank you.
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Cute how he makes this look easier than it really is. This would NOT be that easy with our dog. Signed owner of stubborn German shepherd.
@Matt Morley this is what I came to say too! Try it first. Repetition! And don’t start off waving the socks. Start off just holding them and stepping on the leash.
I have a 4yo cane corso that loves to jump up and give me a chest bump with her paws on my shoulders! I have to hope she doesn’t launch me when I stand on the lead lol.
Lol yes, relatable. My 10 month wolfhound x cattle rescue who’s close to five feet on her back legs and crazy strong hurts with her puppy energy
I tried this and my German Shepherd damm near knocked me over when i put my foot on the leash lol he was so excited excited when he saw his ball
I wanna add – I have a GS too
Starting this in the morning after my 1 year old CAS puppy gave me a bloody lip trying to greet me when I got home from work. Thank you for the clear and easy to follow video! These kinds of simple commands are important for any dog, but especially for large breeds!
Great content: clear, to the point, and not simply marketing for paid content. 👍
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Very helpful training style! Thank you for sharing this video.
I use lots of treats when training my 9 1/2 month golden retriever. She’s very food driven so it makes it way easier to get her to follow commands. I’ve trained a Belgium Sheepdog through the local parks and rec classes without treats but that was 25 years ago. Training techniques for dogs has changed. It’s all treats and praises/positive reinforcement. I really love this type of training as opposed to telling the dog what they shouldn’t be doing all the time. Instead tell them what you want them to do. It’s great.🐶
Yes! I trained my stubborn husky with positive reinforcement and it worked 🙂
Worked with my 1 year old German Shepherd – Husky in 5 minutes. We will be doing this every day this week
Awesome training skills, outstanding, calm trainer. Going to try it on my puppy
Making my dog sit with me and watch this video on a loop lol. Hopefully she learns. 😅
Thanks a zillion. I have a beagle. Very friendly but doesn’t know how to manage himself while playing. This was worry some because there was no boundaries to jumping biting while playing. Got hurt at times and only option was tieing him.
I looked for some tutorial and came across this one. Million times thanks from us. The trick is super helpful. He is learning and we too.
Lots of love from India
I just got a 14 week lab puppy whose never had any kind of training and these videos are helping a ton. Every morning we focus on one thing before work then every night we focus on a different thing. In the 3 days we’ve got him my wife mentioned “he’s really mellowed out” definitely good progress but a long way to go. She’s also a little pissed that the dog likes me more lmao
Just under 4 month old mastiff/boxer mix here … this is going to come in handy before our big goose gets bigger!
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Do you have a dog that LOVES to jump? Watch Instructor Steve work with this hyper Husky: https://youtu.be/11tYJVCmCa8