7 Important Dog Training Tips: Tip 1 –Everything must be black and white, not grey

7 Important Dog Training Tips: Tip 1 –Everything must be black and white, not grey

This principle holds significant importance in facilitating your dog’s success and imparting lessons in a straightforward and succinct manner. A key strategy in implementing this principle involves eliminating any ambiguity in your dog’s training routines. What does this entail? Essentially, when you instruct your dog or establish household rules, there are no allowances for exceptions, particularly during the training phase.

An action which brings about the condition for some favourable memory will most likely increase the desire to repeat the action in the future.  While at the same time, an action which brings about the condition for some unfavourable memory will most likely decrease the desire to repeat the action in the future.

You don’t need an advanced degree in the behavioural sciences to effectively apply the Koehler Method of Dog Training.  All you need to understand is that good things usually follow good behaviour.  “Good behaviour” being as we define it through the training process.

Lets say for example you dont want your dog barging out the front door. There is no point letting the dog do it sometimes or allowing it to barge through the back door and expect it to learn that its not allowed to barge through any door.Its not dont barge through this door its dont barge through any door.

look for my next tip on Consistency in training your dog