Through this, an action that is ordinarily mundane to the dog (the sound of a clicker, a vocalized command, etc.) obtains meaning through following it with what the dog wants (for example, food). This is how your dog will learn to respond to all of your commands.
During this process, we believe it’s important to understand the timing between the cue (the marker) and the reward. All we want is to mark the specific behavior that we desire from the dog. We are careful to include a split-second delay between giving the marker and reaching for or delivering the reward. This way, your dog understands the difference between the marker and the reward. Otherwise, dogs can become confused by things like misplaced body language, potentially ruining their training.
We extinguish behaviors with correction collars that provide an uncomfortable feeling. We can also withhold rewards to create a negative, and make bad things go away to create a positive experience. We use positive and negative reinforcement and punishment, classical and operant conditioning.
I used Full Potential for my 8 month old Havanese puppy. She was barking, jumping and did not know right from wrong. Nothing we did seem to work. My mother used Dylan for her sheepdog puppy, so I gave him a call. Luna went and stayed for 4 weeks. I was able to see her and was they were in contact with ne regarding her traing status And updates. When I picked her up after the 4 weeks, I was amazed by the progress! Luna was able to sit and stay, did not bark in our faces and was so much more manageable. They taught me what to do at home to maintain her training. I couldn't be happier.