Our expert says:
Dear Charlies mom
1. Ignore him when you get home and give him attention when he settles down on his own. If this does not work lift your knee just at the right time. Sounds cruel but is less cruel than your dog breaking a old lady's hip when he jumps on her on your property.
2. Good if he get bored with Hills. Much better to grow slow than to fast. Do not try to make him eat or enjoy his food more.
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