I applaud people with a standing ovation when they seek and ask questions first before they get a pup. Better if they go out and get some eyes on and hands on experience before they get a pup, this way they have an idea of how they would like their pups to behave and have a map of how to get that pup to be the dog they want.
The point to this blog is a mere observation which hopefully when people step back and see what is going on maybe they won't try and rush a pup and go a little slower so that they can really learn and read their dog helping the training process go better. In effect helping to the the horse in front of the cart.
Breaking sessions down in to small quick sessions having a start point which in my form of training is the chain gang aim for a small goal on your younger dogs and end back on the chain gang so that the dog can reflect on the session and just as important that you the handler can reflect.
The other thing is just because you get a session or two where the dog does the right thing, keep doing it the same way so that the right thing becomes habit and this will only come through repetition repetition repitition.