Are you making this training mistake?
Did you know when asking your dog to do something, you’re not suppose to repeat it?
This is probably the most common mistake people make when training their dog.
Repeating a command actually teaches your dog that they don’t have to listen the first time you ask.
Instead, give your command once and wait.
Sometimes your dog needs to process what was just said and sometimes they just need finish up what they were doing.
If your dog still doesn’t perform the command after waiting a minute or two, take a couple of steps forward or change your position then give your command again.
If you’re just teaching your dog the command, you may need to remind them what it means. But make sure it is something they do understand before expecting them to just know what it means.
I've heard that repeating yourself over and over makes you sound like a dog that doesn’t stop barking which shows your dog that you aren’t alpha because alphas are generally quiet.
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