Dog training is not an action, but a process...it's learning. Humans go through 12 years of learning before being sent out into the real world. Luckily, dogs train much quicker, but their trainer's persistance is the key.
Yet another advantage is Schnoodles are a very intelligent breed and train easily. It only took my husband and I few weeks to teach Toby the basic commands "sit" and "lay down".
My husband then moved onto "give me paw" (aka "shake"). He even threw in "give me other paw" with ease. The hardest has been "stay" and "come". Toby will obey when we have his full attention, but the minute he sees a bird or rabbit, we lose him.
But, like I said before, it's a process and you will succeed!