Yes, you can do the things you do before going on a walk, like put your shoes on, get the leash etc....then go and do something else for a bit, like do the dishes or do something on the computer. Don't do those same things every time. Mix it up. Don't say anything to the dog. Just act nonchalant. When the dog is more calm, then promptly go out the door with him. Don't take him out if and when he's jumping around and acting too excitable. Wait for him to calm and then reward him by going out on the walk. I'd wait for more calmness, but not expect perfection at first. Build on it as you go. Ask for a little better each time. Reward for baby steps in the right direction.
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