Games typically take anywhere between one minute to say, five minutes, to play. Training should be a fun time not a long time. These games can be played in the time it takes the kettle to boil! Slotting them in to a hectic lifestyle is very easy and there are even games that we call 'NET games' (No Extra Time) because they happen as part of your every day life without it being a contrived training situation, such as teaching the concept of calmness. While you are sitting watching television in the evening perhaps, you can be rewarding your dog for sitting calmly on the boundary. Easy!
However, there is a caveat, and that is that this training is just as much about you as it is about your dog. After all, there are two ends to the lead! You will find, during the course of this training, that we work on our humans too - giving you the skills, the confidence, and the tools you need to help you and your dog to the best of your ability. Sometimes this might push you out of your comfort zone, but it's all good - it's all growing in the right direction. Come with an open mind and a warm heart, be positive and be a can-do type of person. Only then will you get the best out of this training.