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Simon has been much better lately. His nipping is almost stopped He is still a nightmare on the leash, when he sees something interesting but overall he is much better
When he bites, i push him off, go in another room, and shutr the door in his face for 30 seconds i feed him out of my hand and make him sit before he does anything
I will probably work with my trainer for another 5-6 weeks, It is just much easier with individual attention
As the trainer said "Simon doesn't have to know I think he is adorable"
 
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Simon is indeed a lucky guy to have you for his Mommy! It is worth it to get him a trainer. After all, you hope to have many great years with him.
 

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"I will probably work with my trainer for another 5-6 weeks, It is just much easier with individual attention"

Very true and most important you get feedback if you are doing it right. Take something you would think is simple as a correction with a choke chain, but unless someone has been shown how to do it most likely it is either ineffective, dangerious and sometimes both. As they say a picture is worth a thousand words and 10 minutes with an good intructor/teacher/trainer is worth a more than any book.
 

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Glad to hear things are going more smoothly. :)
 
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