The goal of training your dog should really be entraining your dog. To explain this, let's look at the meaning of entrainment as given by Wikipedia:
- Brainwave entrainment, the practice of entraining one's brainwaves to a desired frequency
- Entrainment (biomusicology), the synchronization of organisms to an external rhythm
- Entrainment (chronobiology), the alignment of a circadian system's period and phase to the period and phase of an external rhythm
- Entrainment (engineering), the entrapment of one substance by another substance
- Entrainment (hydrodynamics), the movement of one fluid by another
- Entrainment (meteorology), a phenomenon of the atmosphere
- Entrainment (physical geography), the process by which surface sediment is incorporated into a fluid flow
- Entrainment (physics), the process whereby two interacting oscillating systems assume the same period
- Lexical entrainment, the process in conversational linguistics of the subject adopting the terms of their interlocutor
I've highlighted the definitions that I feel best describe the process by which your dog becomes "entrained." Another way to define entrainment is incorporation. When you train your dog you want to incorporate them into your flow, but by the same token, you incorporate yourself into their flow. Really the two things are the same, because in the end you will move as one--just as a pack of wolves essentially becomes one organism in the middle of a hunt, perfectly synchronizing their movements to that of the prey.
"vomiting after ingestion of contaminated food"
2. the process of absorbing information.
"the quiet ingestion of information"