No Jumping Up Manners for Your Agility Dog

It is important to know the “whys” of what your dog is doing, good or bad and Kristin Crestejo explains it for jumping up.

She also explains why it is important to start this behavior modification in control from the start.

Self-rewarding behaviors are the hardest to break and consistency is the key to success.

You will see the dog is not scolded or punished for presenting the incorrect behavior, they are removed from the desired reward.

Remember, this lesson is as valuable to small dogs as it is to large dogs as it helps keep them out from under your guest’s feet where they can get hurt.

Be sure to LIKE if this helped you understand the mindset on removing this behavior from your dog’s greeting process.