You and your dog are at a crossroads. You love him, it’s not that. But your dog’s passion for jumping…not so much.
You’re wondering if there is a way to nix the jumping without crushing your dog’s spirit?
The answer is.yes—a Million times yes! Your dog—any dog—every dog, can learn:
a) to show you he loves you without the muddy paw prints on the shoulder or pant leg routine.
b) to ask for something without waiting until your back is turned to steal it.
c) to jump up on cue, or that's it's okay to lounge on one piece of furniture but not another.
Dogs are like kids: parents know they don’t have to dodge baseballs or live with crayons on the wall, or legs dangling from chandeliers. Children need to be civilized, and your dog needs to be civilized too.
If teaching your dog has felt cruel, or just seems like a drag, I’ll make it more fun for both of you. Give me three days—just three days, during which you ignore all the online gurus and well-meaning friends and neighbors, and sink your teeth into this modern, no-drama, approach.