Cesar Millan recommends using a consistent non-mark (the tsch sound) when a dog is misbehaving. If the dog continues to misbehave, it is important to follow-up the non-mark with some action (e.g. a body block or time-out) so that the dog understands that there are consequences for ignoring a non-mark.
When the Dog Whisperer himself offers advice on how to train your pet, you’d best be listening
A training collar can become a very efficient tool to teach your dog the right behaviors. It is important to select the right kind of training collar for your dog and to learn how to properly use it. Training collars are usually designed to cause...
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