Praise Your Dog!

You can’t praise too much or too vigorously for correct behavior. Praise and reward will communicate to your dog that they are performing correctly.

Without praise or reward your dog has no clear communication that his behavior pleases you.  When your dog is uncertain what behavior you want, it’s likely that his performance will start to erode.

Dog’s perform more slowly when they are uncertain. For maximum performance, reward and praise often.

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