Establish a daily schedule for feeding, bathroom breaks, and exercise to help your dog understand expectations.
Consider professional trainers for complex issues or if you're unsure how to address specific behaviors.
Use consistent verbal cues and hand signals to convey your expectations clearly.
Stay patient and persistent when training; dogs may not grasp commands immediately.
Expose your dog to different people, animals, and environments to promote well-rounded behavior.
Teach essential commands like "sit," "stay," and "come" to enhance communication and control.
Reward good behavior with treats and praise, reinforcing the actions you want to see more of.