Walk before your try and run.
Rather than allowing training to overwhelm you, take a moment to remind yourself that all the little wins add up. Set small tasks like working on a command or skill for a little while that day without putting pressure on an end goal from that training as this is often what overwhelms people. And if the person gets overwhelmed the pupparoo mirrors the human in many instances. A little at a time can make a big difference when we remember that consistency over the time period in question can make or break the overall outcome. Enjoy the small win and share that energy with your dog.
Another way to help with discipline.
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