Well we finally got Lolly, our 9 month old lurcher lab cross from the RSPCA on Friday and she is gorgeous (Ill post some pics on the gallery later). She jumps up a lot (not just on her back legs, with all four legs in the air), but we have already started to combat that with ignoring her and then clicker training and treating when she sits nicely. Its working a treat and she is learning fast. Our friends / next door neighbours have a 4 year old lab called Elvis who Lolly has met and they get on amazingly, albeit Lolly tires him out a bit with her constant puppy playing, but they do get on well and play nicely. However, the problem we have is that now Lolly knows Elvis lives next door, whenever she hears him or sees him through the fence (6ft high), she tries to jump over. Being a lurcher, she would achieve it if we didn't grab her collar. Im worried that as she is still a pup and will probably grow a bit more, that one day she is going to achieve it and end up at best hurting herself (they have a wall the other side) and at worst, getting out of their garden and running amock down the road! We are going to put trellis on top (another foot), but I dont think that will stop her from trying as she jumps so high and there is really a limit to how high we can put it. The other fences are the same height but she doesn't bother with those ones (I assume because there is nothing she wants to get to on the other side). We now feel that we wont be able to leave her unattended in the garden which is a bit sad as we want her to have her own space when she wants it. Apart from the obvious of heightening the fence, does anyone have any suggestions on how to stop this? Will clicker training work or will it be a waste of time? Shes very fixed and doesn't listen to anything we say when she has something / someone in her sights! Any advice please?