Posts Tagged ‘Clicker’

Teaching Object Recognition to your dog: Naming Objects with clicker

Learn step by step how to make your dog how to recognize two different objects by name to learn. Naming Objects with clicker training. This method can be used when teaching toy names, people, agility hurdles, service objects, auxiliary objects, etc. Not sure what’s up with the high tone of my voice when giving the […]

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How to stop unwanted behavior- the positive interrupter- dog training clicker training

This video is a re release of a piece of the episode of Dogmantics Episode 1. It also includes new footage at the end. How to stop unwanted behavior and get your dogs attention Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Insane Canine Self Control – clicker dog training tricks

Visit our website: dogmantics.com Buy our new ebook: dogmantics.com Become a fan on facebook: www. facebook.com Subscribe to this CHANNEL TO YOUR show support! We appreciate: www.youtube.com These dogs are all trained without any form of physical or psychological intimidation not even no reward markers, using a training method called Progressive Reinforcement Training. If you […]

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Stacking Cone Dog Clicker Training Amazing Funny Tricks

This video is just a few of the things that I have about working with my dogs recently. Enjoy. Feel free to send a video response! Visit our website: dogmantics.com Buy our new ebook: dogmantics.com Become a fan on facebook: www.facebook.com Subscribe to this CHANNEL TO YOUR show support! We appreciate: www.youtube.com funny dog ​​clicker […]

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Kikos Kitchen Nightmares – Training your dog to get over their fears clicker training

This video is a way on how your dogs emotional response to something what they are afraid of. The example in the video is my dog ​​Kiko who suddenly afraid of crossing the kitchen floor. Common problems with dogs can be-shiny floors, stairs, manhole covers, grates, metal, wet grass, a crate they had a bad […]

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How To Train “Heel” Position (Dog Training) Clicker

A few of you have asked how I teach heel, so here it is! The first thing I worked the dog to heel position to find. They must be very good at this first step if we want a reliable, tight and focused heel. A good technique to the ‘chair’ to remove him further away […]

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