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Repetition is a good thing but we all get BORED if its the ONLY thing we are doing. Your dog will soon ‘switch off’ if you don’t start introducing new lessons as you progress. Knowing when to start your next lesson is vital for your dogs mental approach to learning. Letting him achieve mini goals along the way and be rewarded for them with setting a new goal, keeps your dog (and not to mention you) mentally active and ready to learn.
Because dogs are as different when it comes to personality just as you and I are, it also means that they respond to training and curbing behaviour differently also. Often times owners are stressed and embarrassed about the way their dog behaves, and are looking for a way - ANY way, to take back control of their lives from their unruly canines.