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I've got a 6 month old female GSP. She's overall a great dog, responds well to commands in highly distracting environments, great recall, and positive reinforcement has eroded the normal problem puppy behaviours like biting, nipping and that kind of thing. She's in a good exercise routine twice a day, so when she's not at the park or walking with us she spends her time sleeping or lying around.
But I just can't figure out how to stop her jumping. My partner and I have been consistent from day one about making her sit before she gets anything, ignoring the jumping and only rewarding her when all four paws are on the ground. We have even recruited people from the dog park to do the same thing before giving her treats, like all the websites seem to say, and she will sit for them – but it hasn't stopped or even slowed the jumping problem.
And I don't mean jumping like most dogs, placing her front two paws on people – I mean she will literally spring up a metre and a half in the air and smash into people's faces. It is unpredictable and doesn't just happen when we arrive at the park. Sometimes she won't jump on someone at all when she greets them, but half an hour later will casually go over and torpedo their jaw. Just now she did it to a little girl and could've caused serious injury.
I'm at my wits end on this one. All the solutions out there recommend training her out of it, and we've been trying that approach for months but it just seems to be getting worse.
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