Alright then, so I have the lovely CharlieGirl staying with me for a couple of months, she's a white shepherd, 2 1/2 years old.
On the whole she's well behaved excpet for ONE issue...she jumps up at you all the time! It became very obvious today when I let her out of her run when I got home. A couple of times she nearly knocked me over, I'd really like to get this sorted as her owner is elderly and when she goes home I don't want him to get flattened.
She does it out of excitement, she's so happy to see you and I think she sees it as a form of play.
When I have seen it coming, I either turn away or put my knee up, give a firm "NO" and then keep walking. I don't know if this is going to stop her though.
I admit I'm not much chop when it comes to training, but it is not acceptable for a 40kg to do this.
Any help would be appreciated!
ETA : I can hear you sniggering GSD's!