Cesar Millan recommends using a consistent non-mark (the tsch sound) when a dog is misbehaving. If the dog continues to misbehave, it is important to follow-up the non-mark with some action (e.g. a body block or time-out) so that the dog understands that there are consequences for ignoring a non-mark.

Cesar Millan's Positive Dog Training Techniques

Cesar Millan recommends using a consistent non-mark (the tsch sound) when a dog is misbehaving. If the dog continues to misbehave, it is important to follow-up the non-mark with some action (e.g. a body block or time-out) so that the dog understands that there are consequences for ignoring a non-mark.

Dogs don't feel sorry for themselves. They adapt, carry on, and teach us to live in the moment. - Cesar Millan

Dogs don't feel sorry for themselves. They adapt, carry on, and teach us to live in the moment. - Cesar Millan

Whatever you think about Cesar Millian, I think we can all agree he has a point here!

Whatever you think about Cesar Millian, I think we can all agree he has a point here!

5 Steps, How to Be Calm | Cesar Millan  Relax, your dog is not misbehaving on purpose

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