Lewis Moon Posted January 11, 2012 Report Share Posted January 11, 2012 Cerb was two in October and is a smart, sweet dog. No major issues, really, but one semi-issue bugs me a bit and was remarked upon last night by DW; Sometimes, if he's interested in other stuff, he'll take his own sweet time obeying a command. Truthfully, he resembles our twelve year old daughter sometimes. Tell her to set the table when she's deeply involved in a book and you get "wait a minute" or some barely sub-audible grumbling followed by a less than speedy compliance. The work gets done, but not on my schedule. I'm completely sure I've made a mistake somewhere in BOTH their training Any suggestions on speeding Cerb up? He hops to it like a happy little soldier when I have treats, but if there's a distraction, like last night when the cat kibble got spilled, well...not so much. The problem isn't compliance, he rarely disobeys a direct command, the problem is the speed at which stuff gets done. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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