The only problem is getting my husband to buy into the idea. He is going to have a tough time ignoring the wiggle butts. He says it is the best part of his day.
That sounds like our household
My husband likes a wiggly, excited, vocal greeting from the kids after a long day at work - and that is exactly what happens.
I don't like this - mainly because I'm generally carrying things, hurrying, and have to make lots of phone calls when I get home and don't want to be mugged when I walk though the door.
So - we have two different groups of dogs depending on who gets home. My dogs who are calm and placid when I arrive home. My husbands dogs are silly. You would not think they were actually the same group of dogs
This causes no problems whatsoever - I figure if my husband does not mind being overrun by the pack then that is his business. When we have visitors they become my dogs and are good as gold.
They are able to differenciate the people / situations and greeting behaviour expected so it does not cause me any stress
I figure if it gets to my husband he will alter his greeting pattern - until then it's not a problem to him so therefore, the dogs behaviour is not a problem.
If we arrive home together, they mug him