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Consider what you want her to do instead of jumping up. Holding her collar would prevent her from jumping but does not tell her what to do. I would suggest training a solid response to the sit command. Anytime she approaches you, and ask for the sit, and reward it. If you can tell she is ready to jump, interupt with 'ah ah', turn away, and immediately ask for the sit and reward when she does. Practice (and reward) the sit in all kinds of situations, whether it is to go out to go pee, go for a walk, her dinner or a pet so that it becomes automatic for her.