1. Take your puppy or dog to training classes. The average dog lives
to be about 12 years of age and that is an awful long time to deal with
a difficult dog. Take the time to attend classes and be consistent with
the commands that you ask of your dog. Attendance is critical when you
are enrolled in a class, you can't learn if you are not there, so make
your best attempt to attend all the classes in a session. If you need
to miss a class call to see when you can make up the lesson that you
missed. Attendance is a must, your dog will not learn if you miss class.
6. Set Goals for your dog and yourself. We find if you have a set goal in mind for your dog you will progress faster. Goal setting should be reasonable so you will have success and once you reach your desired goal then create a new goal. Goal setting is a great why to get the most out of your training and give you that drive to practice.
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