Time Out - how to have an effective and useful consequence

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Re: Time Out - how to have an effective and useful consequence

Post by Nettle » Mon Jun 13, 2016 12:39 pm

In situations like that, time yourself out instead. You go out of the room and come back once the dog is quiet. The other way round can result in a wrecked room! :)
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Re: Time Out - how to have an effective and useful consequence

Post by CarolineLovesDogs » Mon Jun 13, 2016 6:03 pm

Nettle wrote:In situations like that, time yourself out instead. You go out of the room and come back once the dog is quiet. The other way round can result in a wrecked room! :)
Thank you!

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