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Putting the Jump on Cue

Putting the Jump on Cue

When someone in the family finds a dog’s antics endearing and wants to be able to invite him to jump up, you should teach your dog to jump up on a particular cue such as the word “Hugs!”  ( not patting your chest, as too many well-meaning strangers and children will likely invite the behavior), and teach him that the only time he can jump up is when someone gives the cue.

This means that he gets rewarded only when he has been invited to jump up, and never gets rewarded for jumping up without an invitation.   One idea is to get on your knees, pat your shoulders and say “Hugs!” Not many well-meaning strangers and children will do that!



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