4. Create a Dog Training Schedule
This tip is well-known among people who find a schedule that helps them stay on track. I’m sure you know that, too. But training dogs is another example of where consistency pays off. As with most animals, the results of positive reinforcement training are far more effective when carried out consistently and for prolonged periods of time.
Pick a time each day, whether it’s early in the morning or late at night, and write it down on your schedule. Block out that time to train your dog.
While 10 or 15 minutes per day of training may seem like a small amount, it’s completely doable for anyone ready to get started. You only need to commit to training at least three days per week, even if you’re just starting. If you can commit to that, you’ll be on your way to achieving your goals in no time!
PRO TIP: Make your training schedule easily shareable with a friend or partner.