Clicker Training Library — Latest Items

Kids and Dogs: Making it Click!

Contrary to popular belief, kids and dogs are not always “a match made in heaven.” Young children are among the most frequent canine bite victims, primarily because they do many things (usually inadvertently) that dogs do not like. Luckily, there are a number of efforts a parent can make to ensure that the family dog and the children in the household are not only able to tolerate each other, but thrive together as a training team.

How to Prevent Door-Dashing

Run toward the sun

Spring seems to be the ultimate door-dashing season, as sunshine returns to cure the cabin fever that plagues many humans and canines during the long winter months. In busy families, the front door seems to be in perpetual motion, constantly revolving and providing myriad opportunities for escape. Friends and clients who have dealt with the stress and worry of a lost dog due to an open door accident utter a common refrain: “It was only open for a second.”

What to Do When Your Dog Loses His Cue: Training Outdoors with Distractions

Please come

 “He only does what I ask when he wants to. It’s really hit or miss.”

3 Ways to Make Training Stick

What if I told you that

Food Lures and Training

Luring is legal

Click to Be Fit: Fun Canine Fitness Training

Want to try some fun and games?

Better Together: An Interview with Ken Ramirez

Last month at ClickerExpo Portland, Karen Pryor Clicker Training released the new training anthology

How to Teach Your Pet to Target

Picture the possibilities

Imagine teaching your dog to put his hind feet—just his hind feet—on a mat. Or, imagine teaching your cat to give a high-five.