I made the same mistake, to much stimulation in the early phases = less active in guarding on a neutral helper. Currently working on this too.
That being said I believe some of it is what the dog is and some is training. I think some dogs are just naturally more active/pushy towards the decoy then others imo.
Bastian the Beast
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