You're right, I was totally wrong with giving him a tug after this behaviour. Didn't think it that way, but thanks.
Alright! Yes, he has a favourite one. Thanks.
Thank you. She means really well, it's super kind of her, but this really doesn't seem to be a helpful strategy.
She mentioned once that she only does pure positive training, never any corrections. For example, to start working on the pulling on the leash, she wants me to keep feeding him snacks continuously to stay next to me, so I get more interesting then everything else..
He hardly ever does this when he has his leash on (outside), it's almost always indoors. I give him a pop when we're outside though if I see he wants to jump.
Thanks for the tips. I will try that! The last one was actually also something this trainer said; to always reward when he approaches without biting.
She didn't. I did speak with her, she being owner of the rehoming organisation. She mainly explained to me how we should arrange the meeting between the dogs and stuff like that. Never got to that though.
I know. I have had this suggested by someone I really respect on this website more than a month ago - either I'm too weak, selfish or selfless, I have no idea, but I can't do it as quickly as possible.