BTW this whole "ignore bad behaviour" is stupid.
Like if my dog is attacking the curtains am i meant to just look away and when he stops reward him?
Dogs need to know who is in charge. It's how they work in the wild.
From what I've been reading today it's reinforcing good behaviour that really works. For example if your dog was attacking the curtains, approaching him and asking him to sit or leave (and if he responds) then reward him for the right behaviour. Or asking him to leave the curtains then giving him a toy and rewarding him that way should teach him that the curtains are not a toy lol
?? Not sure, I'm no wizz...
And having your dogs worn out daily is good for them! A tired dog is a good dog in my books lol