Use the same commands and techniques consistently so your dog understands what you want.
Multiple short, positive sessions are more effective than long ones where the dog gets tired.
Praise or correct behaviors the instant they occur before your dog gets distracted.
Upbeat, playful training motivates your dog. Keep it positive.
Make It Fun
Food rewards make training enjoyable. Slowly phase out treats as behaviors improve.
Note signals of stress like lip licking or yawning. Adjust techniques if needed.
Watch Body Language
Frequent short sessions reinforce behaviors better than occasional long ones.