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Toy rewards can also be used. Regardless, the reward should be given to the dog the instant the dog is in the down position. This will encourage the dog to get down as quickly as possible to get the reward. I would avoid corrections until at least the end of the automation stage. 2. Corrections should be used sparingly. Because of this, training situations should be set up so that the dog will be receiving corrections no more frequently than 1 out of 10 commands. Remember, even a properly administered correction can make a response to a command worse, if the owner is grinding on the same exercise over and over.
Today, there are many owners who are uncomfortable with the idea that their dog should be trained to respond so predictably. ” It is important for these owners to understand that, first of all, if training is primarily done with compassion and reward this will not happen; and second of all, you might not care if your dog listens on the first command until the very first time she runs out into the street. Then, as cars are barreling toward her, you will pray she listens on the first command, because you may never get a second one.
Here’s an example: A puppy gets taken to her first group class and, despite her nervousness and uncertainty about other dogs, her owner forces her to walk between two large adult dogs. At the next group class, the owner notices that the puppy doesn’t even want to get out of the car. They again force the puppy to participate in the class. Because 44 How Your Dog Learns the owner forced the puppy into an overwhelming situation, instead of gradually allowing the puppy to participate in the class at her own speed, the puppy now shows more fear at each class.