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Old 06-06-2013, 12:58 AM
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Originally Posted by sassafras View Post
I agree that it kind of depends. If I'm training a trick, I often do several short sessions in one day and I generally expect to see some progress by the end of the day. BUT, sometimes I find that after a good night's sleep the dogs come back to it the next day "better" than they were when we left off, if that makes sense, so I don't worry too much if I don't see progress over the course of a day.
I see this a lot, especially with Romeo. I'll be trying to do something and not getting a consistent result, so we'll go off and do something else. The next day I reintroduce it, and I'm always surprised like really DID absorb some of that, huh?

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Old 06-06-2013, 11:37 AM
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Not that we do any srs training but with Juno I expect progress pretty darn quickly. Because she's shown me time and time again that she can learn a new concept in just a couple reps... so if I don't see progress I pretty much start thinking it's a lost cause lol.

I am pretty quick to just stop working on a behavior if I'm not seeing progress after a session or two. If it's just a trick or something that I don't really need her to know. Switching my training method? Yeah that pretty much doesn't happen because typically I only know one way to do things

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