Administrator & Alpha Bitch of the Wild Bunch
Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Michigan, USA
I always work on multiple things. To overly focus on just one or two would bore both me and the dog to tears. In any given training session I'll pick 2-3 to focus on, but then the next training session it might be a different 2-3 things. The important thing is to not do too much in any session, and also not let performance in one thing slip to less than what the dog is capable of because your main focus is on something different. For example, if I'm working on auto-sit in heeling, or out of motion exercises, just because I'm working on those things and the focus of that training session isn't heeling itself doesn't mean I allow for sloppy heeling.
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