There are many different ways to accomplish things in training. There are many different ways to teach a dog basic commands, communicate with them, reward them, correct them, etc. Every dog is different so there isn’t a one size fits all approach to dog training. While most dog trainers become systematic in the way they approach things, the good ones know that not everything works for every dog and sometimes you have to get creative.
The creative part is what drives me in my training. Most of my training is very systematic because the system I follow works and it works very well – most of the time. The situations where something isn’t the best solution for a dog is what keeps dog training exciting for me. But sometimes I can be lazy. What you are about to see is one of those days. The good news is that sometimes you can be lazy and creative. In this video, I discovered a completely hands off approach to getting a dog to be OK around a vacuum. There is nothing better than witnessing complete success while sitting on your butt!
For this “hands off” approach to be successful your dog needs ignition. When the dog is hungry, food motivated and willing to work it becomes active. A dog with ignition lets you become a lazy dog trainer because the dog does all the work. If you don’t have ignition then this will not work.
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