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Well, if that hasn’t worked, then you can bet that your, “No” command doesn’t have any meaning to your dog.
Here’s what you’ll need to do:
1. Establish yourself as pack leader.
2. Leave a training collar and tab on your dog, so that you can start consistently associating a “negative” with your verbal “No” command.
3. If your correction is motivational, your dog will get picture, fast. Dogs simply do not continue to do a behavior that does not feel good.
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