Try not to rush your dog through the training process, it won’t benefit either of you. By being patient and calm throughout and not expecting too much at once, you will get much better results. It is often the case that your dog may have been experiencing their behavioural issues for several months or even longer, before you reach out for help. Because of this, it is vital that you are patient with your dog and with the training process as a whole. This is a surefire way to achieving the best training results possible. If you become impatient and frustrated with your dog, they are much less likely to respond positively to training.