Clicker Training Blog

A Surprise for ClickerExpo St Louis: Karen!

Here’s a great start

Five Essential Elements that Give ClickerExpo its Soul

If you know of ClickerExpo, you know it’s supposed t

Five Reasons Why ClickerExpo Is for Horse Trainers, Too

Calling all horse trainers!

Interview with ClickerExpo Faculty Member Alexandra Kurland

Alexandra Kurland has been training horses and teaching since the mid 1980s. In the early 1990s, after reading Karen Pryor’s Don’t Shoot the Dog, Alexandra headed out to the barn with a clicker and a pocket full of treats to see what her horse thought about clicker training.

Training Is My Business: 5 Don’t-Miss Courses at ClickerExpo 2018

When your passion is your business, you have the raw ingredients for a very fulfilling life.

Good Things Come to Those Who “Weight:” Using Behavior Change to Get Healthy

I’m a believer in the power of positive training to not only transform the lives of the animal in our care, but to transform ourselves as well.

Trainers Need Reinforcers, Too: Give Yourself the Perfect Gift

Clicker training practices are built on the sciences of learning and behavior. Science gives us the confidence to understand the great possibilities created by well-timed markers and reinforcers.

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