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Published on Oct 11, 2010
For more information about this seminar series visit: https://www.jamesandkenneth.com/store... Dr. Ian Dunbar explains that the best feedback for training is binary. It's most important that we praise and reward the dog when they're acting appropriately, but it's also necessary that we punish dogs when they're acting inappropriately. However, this punishment needs not be scary or painful, and it can even be instructive. Too many trainers use only rewards OR punishments, and they dispense them in sterile, quantum doses. The best training should feature continuous, differential, binary feedback, in the form of a trainer's voice. Science-Based Dog Training (with Feeling)