How To Reward Multiple Behaviors In A Row! – Tips From Al the Dog Trainer

Having your dog do multiple skills one after the other can be a challenging task. This is why using a clear communication system and building each skill individual before putting it all together could be a winning strategy for you and your dog.

I’m going to explain how I use a moment marker to serve as the connection between my dog’s desired behavior and the reward that my dog wants. Then, I will then demonstrate a few different individual skills before I put them all together to form an obedience routine.

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