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    Default Re: hmmm... I never noticed it before..

    OMG yes! He's terrible about it. It's my fault, I've always let him do it and so do most of the people that come over. We've always had alot of different friends and family over, some even encourage it. I think I would have been better about stopping that early on if we were around kids more often but me and most of my friends haven't got to the age where we are having kids yet and we don't have any kids in the family even so I've never had to worry about that.

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    Yes she jumps on everyone no matter what size! I get so !! It is one bad habit that I have been having problems with and I hate when people say oh it's okay and I am trying to teach her it is wrong!
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    Maggie doesn't jump up - and she never has. However, one of our miniature schnauzers does it, and since Brandi and Daddy have become best buddies Daddy has now started to do it. I think that he learnt off her, and it's now proving to be very difficult to get him to un-learn it. I try and show him my palm/hand and say no but sometimes he's so excited that he just ignores me.

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    ugh, Bullet does this to people that visit or when the kiddos come home from school. he gets so excited and wants attention (as if we don't give him enough, lol) we are working on it and he is starting to listen to "down", "no"...i know he is still young (7mos) so hopefully this will pass.
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    lex has never jumped up on us or anyone he will just lick people!! on the other hand bo a 100lb lab thinks he is a little puppy and will jump on us people whoever we are trying to knock him out of that habit which is hard!! i think bo has the bulldog stubborness and lex is just a laid back pup that actually listens!!

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