Sure, training your dog takes time. But it’s not like cramming for a test where you can do it all in one day. Training is hard work for your dog too and they only have so much energy before they zone out. My philosophy: you can get great results with just 10 minutes a day. Whatever it is you’re working on—basic commands like sit or stay, rude behavior when guests come over, leash training, you name it—give it your undivided attention for 10 minutes, preferably at the same time. Focus on what you want to accomplish, but make it feel fun and stress-free. My idea is for training to be a natural part of your daily life. Stick with it and you can get great results!