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09-05-2014 06:00 AM
GSDhistorian Tug of war will NOT make a dog aggressive, so your ok there That is just a some dog expert wannabee's will try and say. As far as jumping, when they jump, correct them as soon as they do and say NO while you firmly but gently stop them.
09-05-2014 03:43 AM
TEZPUR1976 Tug of war will NOT make her aggresive for sure. I have tried it. You may lease research in the net.
09-04-2014 07:20 AM
bob_barker Turning my back when they jump has always worked for me. Also when I train to sit, every one has a different hand command with it, I use an open hand and hold it up.
Think of what kids do when dogs jump up them they throw their hands in the air.... Mine have always caught on very quickly!

Good luck!

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09-04-2014 06:38 AM
wyowolf second the flirt pole!!! can make her burn up a lot of energy that way... I got the horse one on amazon for like 20 bucks... its a bit longer, 6 feet and when you swing it she really has to work to run back and forth...
09-03-2014 11:21 PM
wolfy dog ...and keep her contained (leash, crate, x pen) to give the kids a break and prevent bad behavior from ingraining.
09-03-2014 09:12 PM
onyx'girl I agree, get a flirtpole wear her out(but be careful so she isn't skidding or launching high) and you may see her not jumping on the kids so much.
Tug is a great outlet, but at her age, she's getting into her heavy teething stage, so gentle tug or let her win all the time til she's done teething.
I'd get some fresh beef knucklebones to chew on, under supervision.
09-03-2014 09:11 PM
GaFan1984 Thanks Mary Beth!
09-03-2014 09:09 PM
Mary Beth For the jumping up, I found what worked with my Sting was to turn my back. I tried everything else stepping on his toes, kneeing his chest. He just thought I wanted to play. The ignoring worked. For tug, it doesn't make the pup agressive, but provides an acceptable outlet for the prey drive. Be sure to let the pup win after a struggle as that satisifies the prey drive. At your pup's age, she may really enjoy a flirt pole.
09-03-2014 08:44 PM
GaFan1984
Two questions Jumping and Tug of war

Hello,

I have a 14 week old GSD Female. She is extremely smart and for the most part listen well, but I have recently have been having a problem with her jumping on me and my kids. I was curious if anyone could direct me to some effective methods on stopping the jumping? I also was wondering if playing tug of war will make her aggressive? I have read that it is not good to play tug of war,but she seems to like it..

Thanks

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