How do I get my dog to stop jumping up on the table
Hes a small dog so its easy for him to get to different places. But I feel like we have tried everything from the spray bottle to putting him in his cage. He just dosen't seem to get it. What should I do?
Teach him the word "off". Snap your finger and say "off". Then physically remove him each time. If you catch him in the act ready to jump, do it before he jumps. I hope that helps.
Use a spray bottle and say no or off..Works like a charm. I rarely have to use the spray bottle now.
Does he have access to the table when you are not home? Is he getting self rewarded for jumping on the table? In other words, are you leaving food or good smelling items on the table so that when he jumps up, he gets a reward?
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