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Clicking with Your Dog: Step-by-Step

About Clicking with your Dog-Step-by-Step in Pictures,

by Peggy Tillman

This book demonstrates over 100 clicker behaviors, all in easy step-by-step pictures. Even beginners can easily see how to use clicks and treats, instead of force and corrections, to teach a dog to:

  • Sit to greet people instead of jumping up
  • Walk on a leash without pulling
  • Come when called, even outdoors
  • Stay home alone quietly
  • Find the right place to 'go'
  • Play hide and seek and other fun games and tricks.

Simple text and clear illustrations cover everything from puppy basics to giving a dog real jobs, such as picking up its toys, finding the TV remote or car keys, and closing doors. A great way to keep a dog entertained and have fun yourself!

running dog

our yellow lab will "escape" any chance she gets!  she does not respond to the word "COME".  We just spent a long 48 hours searching for her and happily found her in a nearby neighborhood, having been captured within 30 minutes of her escape. 

Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.  She is 2 years old.

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