Looking for help to train your dog?
Let's face it. What's the first thing you do when you need answers?
Am I right?
So if you want an answer to training your dog to...let's say, stop barking too much or jumping on guests, ...why not just get a bunch of ideas off the internet?
After all, there's so much out there about every subject under the sun!
And that's exactly the problem! You'll find so much chatter and clutter that, unless you're already an expert, you have no way to differentiate what's good from what's just plain crap.
The thing you should know is that experts can tell the difference. They spend years and years researching and learning. Serious trainers will consistently dissect and test ideas and then measure them against proven data. They can instantly filter out the internet clutter and recognize what's authentic.
So the next time you need some expert info about how to train your dog...
#1. You don't know what you don't know: Yes, the information is all out there...somewhere. The answer to JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING is out there. So why isn't every dog owner an expert dog trainer yet? The answer is simple: You don't know who to listen to or what's actually correct advice. Sometimes, you don't even know what you're supposed to be looking for!
#2. Information is often incomplete: Successfully and humanely training your dog requires a complete set of strategies that all work together. You can't just take a piece from A and a piece from B and then try to make it work.
#3. Information is at times outdated because things change: If you read something that was written more than 2 - 3 years ago, it may be outdated. In recent years there has been an explosion of data from behavior research into how dogs learn. Modern trainers stay up to date.
#4. Echo-chamber problem: Wrong information can be shared and repeated until it starts to sound like the truth. We tend to believe things that we hear multiple times. Ideas can spread like wildfire on the internet, but that doesn't make them true!
So what can you do if dog training isn't your field of expertise? Nobody is born knowing this stuff - it's a learned skill. And naturally, some people are better at it than others.
But there are things you can do and they involve some common sense and the right guidance.
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