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How to improve dogs behaviour??

A friend of mine is worried with his GSD 7mths old. he jumps on everyone and pull thinhgs even their cloths? Can some advise what my frien should do ? is it risky to keep a GSD of such temprament ? How to improve dogs behaviour??
By ruchi · 17 Jan 2011 3:06 pm


By Arpit · 17 Jan 2011 3:19 pm
he needs a behaviour correction and training, can contact MUKUL ARYA at 9818333089 if in DELHI-NCR. his tailor made approach makes him the best in town
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By ruchi · 17 Jan 2011 3:29 pm
Frds Thanks
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By ruchi · 17 Jan 2011 4:09 pm
Yes they are in NCR. But Who is MUKUL ARYA
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By Arpit · 17 Jan 2011 5:16 pm
he is a dog trainer and behavior specialist.
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By Dinkar Singh · 18 Jan 2011 10:42 am
Your dog is still a puppy and full of energy and wants to play. You need to give it some open area to play etc. Do you live in an apartment or house with a lawn etc.
He will also need some chew toys.
It does not seem that you have done any obedience training with your dog. Jumping up at ppl is a very common problem with all puppies and is natural. You need to get your dog trained. A GSD will learn very quickly so dont worry. Read on the net about basic obedience and try doing it yourself and if it does not work then try getting a trainer. Training needs one to be patient with your dog and do it slowly. Nothing happens overnight. Food is the best motivating factor and you will see how quickly he will learn his commands. Also read about crate training and it can be of help to you later on also.
Are you the same person having a baby......
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By Arpit · 18 Jan 2011 2:22 pm
thanx dinkarji for giving a detailed explanation to ruchi on the same
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By Indrajit Sanyal · 31 Jan 2011 12:45 pm
What do you think to do with your child son or daughter if he/she tear the newly bought book?
Its very common and normal for a puppy of that age, but you should try some exercise like free run in a covered area and training, also to exhaust his energy. Dont try to destroy its child psychology, it will harm its mental growth.
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By hamachandran K · 15 Feb 2011 8:30 pm
Trainging a dog not to jump on people is very easy.

1st try this with the dog owner. If the dog jumps or put his leg up just push the dog down and say NO (loud), once dog went down just appreciate it. Do this whenever your dog jump on you. Then for sure the dog will not jump on others as well. when she trys to jump on other people just say NO and the dog wil certiainly obey.

I did the same for my LAB and she learnt it in a single day.

Please try this and comment.
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By sindhoor · 04 Mar 2011 4:17 pm
Jumping does not indicate bad temperament: Think about this. When the GSD was a little puppy and a cute fur ball, he jumped on people. Immediately people thought it was cute, picked him up and petted him. So the little fellow thinks "Jumping is good. I get people to pet me. I will always do this. yay!". Then before you realize it, the little fur ball has become a 30kg dog. But he still thinks "Jumping is good. People love me". So it is not really his fault. He is just trying to get some love :)

I myself have a boxer. Boxers are known to be jumpers. So she cannot help jumping. I have tried several methods. But one method has been the fastest, most effective and most humane to the dog.

Step 1: Teach the dog you don't like him when he jumps. When he jumps, just fold your hands and turn around. If you observe, when puppies jump on grown dogs, grown dogs to the same. They just turn around. Dog will immediately stop jumping. No dog likes being ignored when he is trying to get attention.

Step 2: Reinforce this behaviour. Tell EVERY PERSON the dog meets to do the same if the dog jumps. Soon he will realize "jumping is not good. No one loves or pets me when I jump".

Problem solved!

Remember that he is jumping to get attention. Yelling or interacting with him in any ways is giving him attention. So he will continue jumping. Give him attention and love only AFTER he calms down.

Patience is the key. Over several months or years, people have been giving him attention, making him feel that jumping is good. He cannot unlearn that in days. Give him a little time. He WILL learn his new lesson - "Jumping is bad! No one gives me love when I jump"
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