If you want to succeed with any dog training, you need to commit!
This commitment means: Time, Money, Patience, Understanding, Learning, Failing, Recouping, Trying again. And reverse, reverse.
The question is, how good do you want to be? How good do you want your dog to be? Do you have the right dog to actually be able to achieve your goals?
And then there are two other important factors like your support/training team and a training plan.
Commitment starts by making the decision to get a dog. Doesn’t matter if it´s your first or fifth dog. Doesn´t matter how many dogs you´ve trained or titles you´ve won.
Every dog is a new commitment. A different one. A challenge.
Your dog can only be as good as you train him/her to be. It´s on you.
Dog Training never stops. No matter how good you or your dog are. There´s always more to learn, more tools to add to your tool box.