Habits of Effective Clicker Trainers Part 1 Using Rewards





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Published on Mar 20, 2009

Discover simple techniques that experts use to reward their dog while training. Rewards can be treats, toys, your praise and attention and access to things dogs want. How and when they are delivered can be critical to your success as well!
Closed cpationed for the hearing impaired and translations available to other languages through youtube!
At 2:34 during loose leash walking, it would be even better if the treat is delivered with the hand on the same side as the dog. That prevents the dog from wanting to cross in front of you to get the treat.

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For Deaf and Hard of Hearing viewers, a star (*) has been placed in the middle of the screen to show the proper timing of clicker or verbal marker.

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