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Weird late jumping?

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Tyler Durden
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Tell us about yourself: I have always had german shepherds but I am new to dutch shepherds. I hope to get a new pup shortly and look forward to learning and sharing my experience.

Weird late jumping?

Post by Tyler Durden » Sun Dec 03, 2017 1:12 am

All my previous dogs would jump on me as young pups, like 3 months to 6 months then it would fade away. My boy is almost 10 months and has recently started to jump, hug me, and then lightly bite my arm. I'm thinking it may be because my coat looks like a bite suit, he's not aggressive but is forward when he does it. Any ideas?

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Re: Weird late jumping?

Post by centrop67 » Sun Dec 03, 2017 3:42 pm

All of my dogs jumped pretty much from day one.

Had to work it out through training. Radar and Leela won't jump on me, but guests beware - still working on it 5 years later.
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