Use PVC plastic piping or large rubber tubes, at least 5 to 6 inches in diameter, cut lengthwise down the centre. Place them along the top of your fence. This makes a curved, slippery surface that a dog cannot get a grip on to get over the top of the fence.
When he jumps up onto the counter in search of food, put a dog treat in front of his nose. When you have his attention, use the treat as a lure to guide him off the counter and onto the floor, saying “Off.” When his feet hit the ground, say “Yes” (or click) and give him the treat.
How Do I Stop My Dog From Jumping On The Table? [Stop Counter Surfing]
When he starts jumping on the window, shake a can of coins or squirt him with water from a spray bottle or squirt gun. The noise or water will startle him and stop him in his tracks. Do this each time you catch him jumping so he associates his behavior with unpleasant consequences.
It's time to teach him the “off” cue, a dog-friendly way to get your dog to move from the furniture. Take a small treat and throw it on the ground a few feet away from the couch where your dog is resting. Say “off” and make a sweeping hand gesture as your dog moves from the couch.
LoJump Jump Inhibiting Dog Harness: Simple, effective solution to prevent or restrain fence-jumping of your dog. Works in conjunction with any common dog collar (not included.) All metallic parts are made from corrosion resistant materials so less likely to rust and easy to clean.
If you have a dog that barks at people or animals passing by the living room window or sliding glass door, remove the motivation to bark, by blocking their view of the outside with a product called Wallpaper For Windows.
Your Hale Pet Door™ "wall model" can also be installed in any brick or block wall construction and with exterior brick, stucco, or siding.
Designed to protect your inside boot door or tailgate from scratches, muddy paws and dog hairs, the Tailgate Guard has proven highly effective, especially for carpeted surfaces.
A good way to stop a dog from jumping is by ignoring the behaviour and only rewarding them when they sit or stay down. As soon as your dog starts to jump, turn your back and cross your arms over your chest, so your dog receives the message that you are not going to pet them.
- Set up a shorter, interior fence two or three feet from the outside fence, preventing your pet from getting a running start. Planting shrubs near the inside of the fence can help with this too. - Place "cat netting" along the fence at an angle so that your dog won't be able to get a foothold on the fence.
Jumps on you when you come in the door:
Get your dog to jump up on the bed without inviting him, such as by sitting on it. Immediately use your chosen punishment until your dog gets off the bed. Immediately reward your dog the moment he jumps off the bed. Repeat these steps until he is no longer jumping on the bed.
When your dog inevitably jumps up on the counter or table, place a treat in front of their nose, say the command “off” and then use the treat to lure your dog to putting his or her feet on the ground. Once their feet are on the ground, immediately give the treat and praise your dog.