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Clicker Intro

Added on Mar 28, 2016 From Chronically Jaquie

This video depicts a quick intro to clicker training as well as a brief overview of why I think this tool is so valuable.


144 Likes,     3 Dislikes,     5154 Views,     15 Comments

Abbi Williams Says:

May 18, 2017 - What treats do you use when training

nkhyatt Says:

May 10, 2017 - Hey Jaquie, curious to know if you personally trained Harlow to perform deep pressure therapy or was she sent to a training/boarding center? Could you either recommend a training facility or make a tutorial for training a dog to be a psychiatric service dog? I have multiple mental disorders including bipolar, major depression, borderline personality disorder, panic attacks and PTSD. I've been researching but I have little to no resources here in SC. THANKS! Keep up the great work 😊

Love Sault Says:

May 5, 2017 - love your curled hair

Casey Says:

Apr 28, 2017 - What treats do you use??

Christy Hinkle Says:

Apr 26, 2017 - Just posted a question about training her to be genial when taking a treat. I think this video kind of helped me figure it out. I will just work on the clicker and treat for the next few days. I just tried it. She became quite genial knowing the clicker had a treat that followed. Maybe the smell of the treat or the sound of the clicker gets her too excited. I have become very relaxed in her training over the last year. But I will just work on it slowly. Thank you for the videos.

Send Spoons Says:

Mar 11, 2017 - Just went back to rewatch these training videos cause I'm doing more complicated training with my SDiT- Harlow is so young! She looks so different! Still cute though. Always cute. 😍

Maryam almutawa Says:

Jan 26, 2017 - This is very interesting

petitegossipgirl Says:

Mar 31, 2016 - How and when do you phase out using the clicker? Thanks and love the vid.

Rachel D Says:

Mar 29, 2016 - My trainer does not use clickers, but rather a "yes" or "good" vocal reward (as you mentioned) and it it works well for us in a group setting.
Quick question: If there are multiple dogs getting clicker reinforced in the same room, how does the dog know they are getting rewarded for the right behaviour if many other people are clicking at different times? Maybe there is an obvious answer that I am missing haha :) Thanks in advance

Lilly Burkhart Says:

Mar 29, 2016 - Thank you so much!! I think I am going to purchase a clicker for my dog!