Getting training for your dog doesn’t just mean that a trainer works with your dog and just like that, all problems are fixed. Even if you were to take your dog to a board and train program, issues would be sure to resurface if the same standards were not held once he got home. Imagine sending your kids to school, where they learn math. But once they got home they were taught that 2+2=7. They would be confused. Since your dog is learning during every interaction with your family, that would be like doing math all night until bedtime. Imagine trying to take a math test after that!
Dogs that suffer from inconsistent commands at home cannot pass the test either. Training is about helping dogs to realize what the right choice is, and helping them consistently making that choice. So, although dog owners do not need to become dog trainers, being a great handler will make the training process much easier for both you and your dog!
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