Clicker Training Blog

Bunnies Are Not for Baskets

As the Easter Bunny gets ready to make his rounds, The Humane Society of the United States reminds people to think twice before adding a rabbit, baby chick, or other small pet to their Easter baske

The Puppy Recall Game

It’s never too early to teach a puppy lifelong skills. You can start clicker training a new puppy the day that you bring him home.

Clicker Cats on Broadway

Two clicker cats, training to perform on Broadway, have already made The New York Times.

Be My Valentine?

Can animals really love?

Wait

Do you have a dog that darts out doorways or from the crate? What about the car? This can be a dangerous behavior, but boundary training can help.

Managing Leash Reactivity

Do you have a dog that is reactive to other dogs during walks (growling, barking, or lunging)? Many owners struggle with this issue and need some immediate tools.

The Right Fit: How to Select the Best Equipment for Behavioral & Medical Benefits

Whether or not a family signs up for formal dog training, the dog still needs to wear equipment for identification and safety reasons.

How to Be Reward-Ready!

I recommend to clients that they keep training treats in containers all around the house, especially in rooms they use often.