Andrea Frick has started a new blog on the Best Friends Network named "Clicker Training: No More Homeless Pets." On it she answers questions related to adoption and training, and for very good reason. As she puts it:
Small dogs also "need gentle, positive obedience training." A trainer as well as an award-winning pet writer, Arden is "a firm believer in clicker training" because, she said, it's easy, and it works.
ClickFlicks streaming videos and video previews are now faster and easier to browse. Based on the same technology as YouTube's video player, ClickFlicks loads in just a few seconds, shows you a screenshot of the video before you play it and has more streamlined controls.
Joan Orr, author of Getting Started: Clicker Training with Your Rabbit has launched a new website all about clicker training rabbits. Besides featuring her new book, it has links to articles, discussion groups, adoption, videos and more!
We've touched on this topic before, but thanks to Amy Sutherland's recent article in the New York Times, entitled "What Shamu Taught Me About a Happy Marriage," the newswires, blogs, and TV screens are all abuzz with the concept of clicker training your household partner and family members.