Help My Frenchie I think my frenchie is hyper.

LittleMissOlive

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I need help, I can't have guest come over because Miss Olive will jump all over them. She is friendly just really Hyper. How do I fix this?:confused:( :confused:
 

mcraven2

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I would suggest more walks during the day, some dogs just need more walking to burn that extra energy! :)
 

Alice Kable

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Before your guests arrive put Olive in her harness/collar and snap her leash on before you open the door to welcome them. Have her sit before any guests can pet her. This will take time and patience because Frenchies are so friendly and easily excited. She will eventually catch on that if she wants attention she has to sit and behave. At least you will have control of her when she is leashed.

Welcome to FBN. I'd love to see some pictures of your Olive!
 

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Before your guests arrive put Olive in her harness/collar and snap her leash on before you open the door to welcome them. Have her sit before any guests can pet her. This will take time and patience because Frenchies are so friendly and easily excited. She will eventually catch on that if she wants attention she has to sit and behave. At least you will have control of her when she is leashed.

Welcome to FBN. I'd love to see some pictures of your Olive!

[MENTION=236]LittleMissOlive[/MENTION] --- ^^^ Alice gave excellent advice!
 

bullmama

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Before your guests arrive put Olive in her harness/collar and snap her leash on before you open the door to welcome them. Have her sit before any guests can pet her. This will take time and patience because Frenchies are so friendly and easily excited. She will eventually catch on that if she wants attention she has to sit and behave. At least you will have control of her when she is leashed.

Welcome to FBN. I'd love to see some pictures of your Olive!

Excellent advice! If you have a friend or neighbor who is willing to help practice with you that's even better.


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davidh

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Yep I agree, great advise above, it just takes practice and plenty of patience.
 

Debra

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A tired dog is a happy dog! Cant wait to see her!
 
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