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There is definitely a time and place for corrections in dog training. However, we must be fair and incredibly well timed if and when we correct our dogs. It’s never a good idea to hammer a dog after they finally come to you even if it’s 5 minutes after you called them.

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Plan your training and obedience with backup plans and use the proper timing, equipment, and technique to get the consistent recall everyone deserves to have with their dog. If your dog understands the recall and understands leash and/or e-collar pressure then you can and should deliver a swift and serious correction for blown recalls but the timing has to be incredibly precise. Correct the moment they blow a recall but continue to reward for coming to you.

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