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(Part 1) Jena Marie Olio – ClickerPets Sit Stay

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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

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(Part 2) Jena Marie Olio – ClickerPets Sit Stay

The third step to a reliable sit-stay is proofing their stay to the three Ds: duration, distance and distraction.  With the help of some young assistants, Jena starts by explaining how to increase

 
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Vet Visits Need Not Be Stressful.

This video shows a brief clip of teaching a dog to be comfortable with a nasal vaccine. 

 
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22 Premack Explained

The Premack principle suggests that if a dog wants to perform an activity (a high frequency behavior / eating ice cream), they’ll be willing to perform a less desirable activity (low frequency behavior / eating spinach) in order to do so.  The less desirable behavior can be reinforced by the more desirable behavior.  In dog training this means that we can harness the exciting, motivating power of our dog’s favorite behaviors as reinforcers for the behaviors we want them to do.  We can string behavior routines together to charge each step with the positive association of a primary reward.

 
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21 Stray Dogs Getting Along

In lots of cities and towns abroad there is often a culture where it's OK for dogs to roam around on their own unsupervised and unattended.  Very often these dogs get along very well, often without the kind of loud and unsettling aggression problems that dogs have when they're on leash with their owners.  One factor could be the extent to which many strays are intact, especially when it comes to the treatment and subsequent temperamental development of young male dogs.  Also, groups of stray dogs usually include a variety of ages and breeds, which naturally teach puppies how to behave

 
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20 The Mimi Effect

To learn more about Dr. Dunbar's seminars visit James And Kenneth Publishers

There was a beagle in the UC Berkeley dog behavior study named after Ian’s first wife (Jamie’s mom), Mimi.  Mimi the beagle was central to more than one incident that would profoundly shape Ian’s understanding of dog behavior and temperament.  It revealed just how fundamentally a dog’s temperament could be changed, especially confronted with the power of the pack.  It also led Ian to develop the notion of subliminal bite stimuli, the idea that there can be multiple factors that lead to a sudden explosion of

 
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Four Feet on the Floor: Jumping up behaviour in puppies and dogs

Teaching dogs that four feet on the floor when they are around people pays. 

 
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What the puppies learnt & why they learnt it! Week 5 Puppy Socialisation Class.

The aim of any puppy socialisation class should be to start puppies along the right road to becoming a well adjusted, happy adult dogs, using fun training & controlled play/interaction with other dogs. This means giving a wide variety of skills to both dogs & owners & hopefully giving them the thirst for continued learning & improvement.

In this video you'll see the foundations for loose leash walking-not relying on the lead for control, Bella the Bishon shows focus, heel position & a happy, willing disposition while walking beside her owner Clare.

Fenella the Sprocker

 
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19 Studying Puppies and Development

To learn more about Dr. Dunbar's seminars visit James & Kenneth Publishers
After two decades of studying adult canine behavior, Dr. Beach’s beagle study began to take a closer look at how puppies develop and how they are incorporated into a group of dog.  The abundant data created by observational academic research provided fertile ground for improving our understanding of doggy development.  If it weren’t for this study, Dr. Dunbar may never have understood puppyhood bite inhibition, the plasticity of temperament, the power of the pack and the importance of socialization with a

 
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18 Dr. Beach and the Beagles

To learn more about Dr. Dunbar's seminars visit James & Kenneth Publishers

Dr. Ian Dunbar was an integral part of the longest study ever undertaken to research dog behavior.  Originally started by Dr. Frank Beach at Yale to study adult dog sexual behavior, the study went on to last over 30 years, moving to Berkeley in the last decade and expanding its scope to observe social hierarchies and development.  It was here, in the California sunshine of UC Berkeley that Ian would join the study, where his extensive observations of canine development and behavior would come to inform a series of

 

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