How about teaching the dog how to approach people and not jump?

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You must be more persistent than the dog and essentially outlast him. It's a battle of wills, but it's just business. Once he gives up on the jumping idea (and he will), praise him. Teach him that he won't get petted unless all fours are on the ground, and be consistent with petting him only during those intervals.
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Actually, he is mostly my brother’s dog and I am not always in charge of his training. The kids let him jump, my brother lets him jump, my brother’s wife lets him jump; but he has learned not to jump on me! How to knit your own dog jumper. FREE tutorial + knitting pattern. Available at LoveKnitting.
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