Dogs are animals capable of receiving discreet and graded signals about their environment and social group. To train a dog it may be enough to use discrete signals, to educate we need the dog to enhance its nature to receive graded signals.
There are a number of behaviors or movements that are indicators that a dog is in a state of wellbeing. One of the characteristics of the comfort movements is that a large number of cases have no communicative purpose. Comfort movements do not necessarily have this informative objective, except in those cases where it wants to share its wellbeing by inviting us to play well!
Unlike we humans, dogs do not have a linguistic code that allows them to mentally operate with symbols (words) that represent things, they operate with sensory mental imagery. Minimizing the amount of information relevant to some point improves the thinking process efficiency.
In commercial training, like in any professional field, you must have some optimization keys to avoid having to work more in situations we have created ourselves. Here you have some hints to optimize your sessions
Success in commercial training depends not only on the technical competence of the trainer, there are two more factors that are often neglected: customer satisfaction and the positive balance between hours worked and the price of training.