What was once a cute and celebrated habit of puppies quicklys turn into a intimidating and embarrassing greeting from fully grown dogs.
In most cases, the dog has inadvertently been taught to jump and be excited when greeting people. This behaviour is reinforced from a young age as in response to this jumping, you pet has received the attention it craves. This then becomes an issue however, when a fully grown dogs begin charging at guests or jumping on young children. It is not surprising that this behaviour can become a serious concern for many pet owners.
Luckily, with some patience and clear communication there are simple easy ways to help your dog to understand that you would like it to greet people calmly and gently.
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