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Why “Sit” Happens: Cues Vs. Consequences

Discussion in 'Training & Behavior' started by Dr. Jen's Dog Blog, Feb 11, 2020.

  1. Today’s topic is one that you might not have ever given much thought to, but it has more impact on your training than you might think! What makes behavior happen? Or to put it another way… why does your dog sit, when you say “sit!”? (Or if he doesn’t sit… why not?) That might seem like a rather esoteric, theoretical question at first – but actually, it has some pretty significant implications for how we train our dogs in the...
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