I use 'Leave it' when trying to teach food manners. This can be really useful when out walking when you come across a dead something or a chip wrapper etc. The word 'No' is used in my house when one B maybe growls at another in jealousy, or tries to mount my arm or just something they're not supposed to be doing.
Hope this makes sense.
One thing I have found is that there are no hard and fast rules. But you have the right idea by getting everyone in the house using the same commands. I have one of my puppies where everyone in the house has a clicker and each are trained how to use it on the pup.
Thanks Victoria, we just want to get it right.
Just worked out it's abour 18 years since i had a Puppy.
If she gets a bit much for the Cats, i'm saying No, then reinforcing with leave it.
She's doing brilliantly realy, just working on her being happy with us at the moment.