Their are many things you can train your dog in one evening. Trust me you won't have a fully trained dog in one evening but a better behaved one for sure. Training takes time and just like anything else it takes baby steps to get where you want to... read more
In short, no but you can teach him the most important command which is "sit" which should be used before any 'rewards' eg, 'food' or walkies etc
Probably not, even if you're talking about just one single behavior.
At least if your criteria is mastery of the behavior, not just the beginnings of an understanding in the behavior.
Mastery/full understanding probably will take a long period of time for many behaviors, especially if your criteria includes distractions, generalization, and nearly perfect and constant response and reliability under various conditions.
However, if you just mean that a command is trained once the dogs has the beginnings of an understanding and has just started to put 2 and 2 together - then you could probably cover multiple behaviors in an evening, especially if you can 'explain' them to your dog in a why he/she can grasp and learn quickly.
I guess that depends how smart your dog is. You could try something simple like "sit".
Depends on the dog. A border collie and GSD high in intelligence and trainability can learn something after repeating just 5 times. Basics like sit, give a paw, up etc are very achievable.
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