The Simple Dog Training Formula That Works Everytime
Would you like the know the best way to get good at dog training?
Okay, to get good you need to…
Just take ten minutes a day and train your dog. You’ll get better and so will your dog.
So, let me get specific and give you a simple formula you can use to get great results every time you do train.
Here it is:
Which stands for:
A – Attention
I – Interest
D – Desire
A – Action
So the first step is to get your dog’s attention. All training starts with attention.
The next step is to get your dog interested in a treat or toy.
Once your dog is interested and wants what you have (desire) you get your dog to perform some type of action (command).
For example, if you want to teach the sit command, you say your dog’s name to get her looking at you. Once you have attention, you get your dog interested with a treat.
Once your dog wants the treat you take action and lure your dog into the sit position and reward.
You can follow this formula for every command you teach your dog.
Once your dog starts to learn the command, you can phase out the lure and still get great results.
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