Here's how to stop your dog jumping on you:
Why they do it
Dogs greet each other face-to-face, so to them, it’s only natural to want to get on your eye level. Of course, while they’re there, they usually want to give you a kiss and a sniff, too. It’s not bad behaviour, if you’re a dog, but it’s certainly not acceptable behaviour for humans, so it’s best to curb the act before it becomes a habit.
How to correct it
When you see your dog, Remain tall, still and calm. Don’t give any attention other than a vocal correction if he starts to jump. This may take some time for him to learn--be consistent and don’t use physical aggression to correct your dog’s behaviour.
Praise your dog for keeping his paws firmly on the floor. Practice coming into the house and see how your dog responds. Avoid too much positive physical praise as it could overly stimulate your dog and get him too excited.