Some dogs will question more than others, this then is perceived as a behavioral problem, for instance ‘on the walk’, the dog will question by pulling.
Even today these questions are answered with haultys, choke chains, frustration, anger, violence. Some dogs will succumb to force gadgets and intimidation but many will not. The dogs that do not are then labeled as ‘un-trainable’. This is not the case.
A consultation will show you how to answer every question that a dog may ask in a calm, consistent, convincing manner that will build trust in you and your dog’s relationship. Once you learn to communicate with a dog in a language that they understand the dog will respect your leadership and decision making.
In an ideal world this communication is best learnt when they are puppies so you can build the foundations in from an early age to avoid the questions being asked. If you have been answering the wrong questions for a while then it may take longer to get the message across, ‘however you can teach an old dog new tricks’
It is not important how many questions a dog asks; it is how we answer and then answers become lessons.