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Clicker Training Blog
Welcome to the KPCT blog, a collection of all things relevant to our clicker training community. Browse the news items and tidbits of interest — and post your own comments. The blog changes frequently, so come back often!
Attention defines a relationship. Without it, there is not much interaction.
Don't mind your dog giving a woof or two when people pass or approach the house—but want him to stop when you've got the message?
It used to be that when I pulled into my driveway I could see my papillon's head bouncing up and down in the window. He was so excited to see me, and I was equally excited to see him! While the bouncing never bothered me, it was accompanied by wild barking. So, as an alternate behavior, I taught him to bring me a toy. Here's how you can do the same:
Teach your dog that an open door is not an open invitation to the outside world.
Q. I have reviewed all of your content on crate training—thank you! All of the articles suggest using the crate to support housebreaking, but also say not to rush crate use