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    Nocturne : Dear Doc.,
    Thank you for your precious suggestions!!
    I will start working on my attitude right away~

    However, I have some trivial questions on training:
    1. I guess I will have treat with me ALL THE TIME so then i can award his good behaviour. But do I give him treat under usual/normal circumstances? like when he is calm, he obeys sit command easily. should i give him a treat then?? or only when he is excited and still obeys the command?

    2. I think i treat him too much like my younger brother than a dog… I give him kisses and hugs before sleep and before i leave home… and I let him sleep on my lap too while i am studying…I guess all these contribute to my problem.. Should I cut off these stuff then??

    3. most commands he has already known very well… but when he gets excited he just won’t react to them, unless i repeat the commands for MANY times(like 4 times)…should i still “praise” him after he obeys ‘reluctantly’? or do nothing?

    Last time when I asked for ur suggestions and practiced them… my problem got solved in 3 days~~~ -> he no longer runs wildly when i get home. I guess this new problem will take more time to solve… But still, thank you so much for ur advice!! please wait for my good news 🙂

    大敦寵物醫療中心院長戴更基醫生 : not give him any treat under normal circumstances!
    you need to give him treats immediately(within 2 seconds)whenever he did the right thing
    2.You should stop doing those stuffs.
    you still can hug him, but do ask him to hug but not hug him without command!
    3.say your command,if he did nothing within 3 seconds, pull the headcollar or chain collar to correct him. when he sit , you should praise him ASAP within 2 seconds(0.5 second is the best timming)

    If I were you , you can solve this problems in 5 mins

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