As you train with your dog, it is important that you don't overdo the amount of training. Science has shown that animals
retain better when taught in short (five to fifteen minutes) spurts, rather than long, drawn out sessions. Dogs not only
fill up on treats, they also get bored during long training sessions. If you over train, your dog will not be as excited about doing an exercise the next time. If you stop before he gets full or bored, leaving him wanting more, you will have a cooperative dog the next time you train him.