I have mentioned before, my poor dog is very loving but she needs some training.

Indy has been living with me for a couple of months now and we got her when she was about 8 months. I am trying to train her by following Google articles and those Netflix shows.

While she has done better at knowing commands like sit and wait, as soon as I walk away, she jumps on me and bites my hands.

My arms are covered in bruises and I am getting pretty disappointed. I have looked into local training services, but I can't even get her to get in the car to drive her to a training lesson.

As El Pasoans continue to try to prepare their dogs to get used to all of us going back to work, I am just trying to get my dog to not jump on people. I am sharing my story not to be shamed as a pet parent, but to ask for help.

I do truly believe there are no bad dogs, just bad dog owners. I want to do what I can to be the best dog owner since this is my first time owning a dog on my own. She listens more to my husband and mother-in-law, so I am guessing it has to be me.

Here is proof she loves my husband more.

Emily Slape

Is it because I am the only one who gives her treats? She is so excited when she sees anyone she jumps on them. I wanted to share my story to really ask our wonderful audience for help. If you have any tips on how I can be a better dog parent, please email at Emily.Slape@townsquaremedia.com

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