Your dog will respond to training Clicker.
Clicker training has become a training method that is very popular among professional trainers and dog owners, and will use positive reinforcement training quickly and efficiently.your dog, and “mark” it with a click. This makes it much easier for the dog to understand what is required of him as the consistent, unlike verbal commands.
Once your dog has grasped the basic idea behind the training, clicker, you can move to more sophisticated training and behavior modification of your dog. Because of that clicker training is easy to understand. (From the dog’s point of view) that your dog will learn faster and more efficiently than if you use a verbal command.Dogs have limited attention spans, and training your dog for more than 15 minutes can result in your dog is bored or not interested. training.
- the Clicker and Tre ats
The first thing you need to do before you start training your clicker is to buy a clicker and some treats. Clickers are easy to find delicious and you can buy from pet stores or online retailers. You also have to buy some delicious treats to encourage your dog. If your dog dry kibble, you can use as a treatment for inspiration. If your dog is not inspired by a pet food shop selling a wide range of practical interest, which you can use. Hot dogs, chopped into small pieces and dried in a microwave to make good choices, as well as liver, dried and fresh chicken.
- Start your Clicker Training
Put force. About your dog and tie him to safety – if you are working on the door that you can secure him to stop the closing of the door knob. Make sure the leash is connected properly so the dog can not pull himself free. This is to prevent your dog from lunging at you when they find you have some tasty treats that you want him to remain in position.
Stand. Away from his reach and attract his attention by calling out his name or his treatment. Placing it in one hand and the clicker in the other, click the clicker and as soon as your dog a treat, repeat this several times until your dog learns to associate the sound of the clicker with a reward (in this case. treatment) to make sure that when you click each time you give a dog a treat, even if you press the clicker to do this a few times until the dog learns to be a positive return.treat.
- teach your dog to be executed when you click
If your dog has not learned the basic commands, the command is the command to sit. possible to begin your training as well. To do this, you should stand in front of a dog with a treat in your hand and wait. Hold the treat in front of the dog. (But not out of his reach) and the dog will eventually sit. You will need to be patient and wait until the dog is located. As soon as I click the clicker and offer him a dog treat. Dog will be confused as to why he won. But if you repeat the process again a few times, he finally understood what was required of him. Wait for the dog to sit, click and treat. If the dog is too smart to catch on and not get up from his sitting position to walk away from him, should incite him to stand. up.
Once. Learn how your dog to sit, you can begin to introduce a verbal command to the tip. Standing in front of your dog when you get a hold of. But this is not a cure. Hold your hand up and say “sit” in an authoritative voice clarity. As soon as the dog was rewarded with a click and treat. Keep doing this until the dog learns to sit when you command “sit” command, you can strengthen even further by using the positive tone of voice when issuing commands. Train your dog to sit out of position by using the “OK” or “release” (you will not have to click and treat when you use it).
- the same process to teach new techniques
Use the above process of teaching your dog commands such as “Stay,” “Stand” and “lie down”. Many professional trainers use hand signals and verbal commands for greater impact. For example, if you want to teach your dog to stand, turn the palm of your hand and step back from your dog. (Should not) when he stood up and maintaining the right to repeat this several times and “stand” command, and eventually your dog will learn to stand on command. To make your training more mental stimulation for your dog, put him through “a” standing “,” regular “sit” and different. routine.
To. Teach your dog to stay in command put him in a position to sit and silently count to five and then click and treat. If the dog gets up before you finish counting to five in your head like a disappointed voice, “uh uh!” Or “tsst!” And command him to sit again. When he learns to stay for 5 seconds and gradually increase the time you want him to stay. Taught him to stand up when he heard the “stand” or “release” command. Click and treat before you order it, and praise him profusely. Sit and stand under the normal room rate varies. routine.
The. The basic commands you should teach your dog to lie down. Practice in your hands and access to care while hiding in your hand in front of the dog. Your dog will do everything he can to get treatment. I can not and will eventually lie down expectantly as he does not know how to click and treat. Repeat the process several times, and this board · “lie down” command until he learned to lie down on command. The movement of the hand to lie down on command to teach your dog hand signals in this respect only. command.
- tune your training
Your should understand by now, and that means the job done as well. This is the time to be more selective in your click, just click on the dog to perform the work required to complete You can also use a clicker to train dogs to stop and whose faith is too strong of a jump when you bless you. Click on the dog greet you with all four feet planted firmly on the ground. If you catch a group of Nak you do what you want, click and treat to enforce behavior. As your dog learns to obey verbal commands and hand signals so you can gradually phase out the use of the clicker, but have never used a clicker, without any treatment. Doing so will ensure that you always have your dog’s full attention whenever you use a clicker, and this will make fun of you for training both. you.
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