Behaviour does not change. nor is it learned, overnight Practice, patience and consistency are key! Dogs de what we reinforce,

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Intentional or not Be sure to reinforce behaviours that you want to see repeated Body language is one of the only ways

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your dog has to communicate with you Always pay attention to their body language and what it is telling you Ensure that your dog has

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Appropriate outlets for energy. Excess energy can manifest as. unwanted behaviours.

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Take baby steps.  Managing unwanted behaviours Every single time your dog comes. progress when you move step by step.

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when called, be happy to see them! Even if they were doing something naughty prior to running to you. Find out what your dog finds5

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valuable This is different for every dog. It could be a special toy, activity, or a favourite type of food. 

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Your deg is the one who determines if something is valuable. Net you, not anyone else.

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Catch your dog being good. When your dog is doing something you like make sure you reinforce it. Tell your pooch how you want them.

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to behave You can tell your dog ten things not to do but you will save time teaching them one thing to do.

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 Keep training sessions short and sweet 3-5 minutes at a time, 2-3 times a day.

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