Lure/Reward Training

(Part 1) Jena Marie Olio – ClickerPets Sit Stay

There’s nothing like an awesome Sit-Stay.  In this episode Jena Marie Olio, in Guadalajara, Mexico explains how to train your dog to sit and stay reliably, using

(Part 1) David Hogan - David the Dog Trainer

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David trains on walks, he uses food rewards, toys and fun.  He and Vida explain how to make games into training and training into games!  Tug, fetch and

Practicing Reprimands - Training the Companion Dog 2 – Behavior Problems

Reprimands should communicate that the dog is misbehaving, and are best when they also tell the dog what to do instead.  You certainly needn’t hurt the dog, but you must communicate that you are upset with them and you mean business.

Training:  Lure/Reward Training

Graduates Show Off - SIRIUS Puppy Training Classic

These adult SIRIUS graduates have all of the socialization and training skills to enjoy a happy life playing with their owners and other dogs.

Two Face Training - Dog Training for Children

An effective trainer can switch immediately from sweet praise to stern reprimand.  Use the tone of your voice to let your puppy now when you like what they’re doing and when you don’t.

Praise Practice - Training the Companion Dog 1 – Socialization & Training

Dogs can’t speak English, so effective praise must be in an enthusiastic & energetic tone of voice.  If you can’t praise your dog, you’ll never be able to train them.

Startling Reprimands - Training the Companion Dog 4 – Recalls & Stays

The most effective reprimands are short and startling.  A single, abrupt correction is much more effective than repetitive corrections that become gradually more severe.

Luring Makes it Easy - Training Dogs with Dunbar

This poor volunteer illustrates how frustrating and upsetting it can be to not know what is expected of you.  However, with a little luring it’s much easier to communicate what you expect of your training subject.


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