1. Consistency Gets Results
Like most things in life, giving a half-hearted effort will only yield lackluster results. Many people want to jump straight to “fixing” their dog’s behavior issues. Unfortunately, this is usually not the right approach.
Dog training is a long-term process. It takes time to retrain a dog to perform tasks in a certain way. It’s important to train your dog slowly and set realistic expectations about how long it will take you to establish a consistent and strong relationship with your pet.
Ultimately, the best dog training program is the one that you can stick with. Consistency is key!