Since our last website launch in 2001, clicker training has grown by leaps and bounds, and we, in turn, have grown with it.
This month we launch the new clickertraining.com, and with it we're committed to supporting the worldwide community of existing clicker trainers while reaching out to all the clicker trainers to be. Pet owners, club members, canine competitors, behaviorists, and trainers of all species will find a home here. Please read on to discover what's new on clickertraining.com.
And if there's something you'd like us to add, please let us know! We're always looking for suggestions!
The new clickertraining.com has been streamlined, with a different homepage for new users and registered users, and clean, crisp layouts throughout. If you haven't registered yet, register now to get full access; it's free, and really quick, we promise!
New User Homepage
Registered User Homepage
We've collected the best stuff from the last five years and organized it for easy access and research. Whether you're a beginner, a professional, or somewhere in between, you'll find something enlightening in the new library.
Each library entry is cross-referenced with other items of interest. For example, a piece on puppies may point you to articles on potty training and crate training. A piece on operant conditioning may point you to entries on operant conditioning in zoos, research into operant conditioning, and more. The Similar Entries menu will help you explore the library at your leisure and discover new areas you never knew existed.
Sound off! Tell your story! Share that funny e-mail! You can post about anything in your own blog on clickertraining.com.
If we've got it, you can find it, with our new, state-of-the-art search. Not only does it find articles by keywords, or let you do advanced searches by category or content type, but it also learns what you read and like most in order to make search results even more relevant.
Subscribe to e-mail newsletters
We've now made it incredibly easy to subscribe and unsubscribe to our newsletters, as well as update your e-mail address should you change it later.
Subscribe to news feeds (RSS)
Would you rather not clutter your inbox with newsletters, but still want to find out when something is new? Want to stay abreast of the latest blogs and news? We've got dozens of feeds that you can subscribe to with browsers like internet Explorer 7 or Firefox, websites like My Yahoo or Google Reader, and more. Plus, you can design your own feeds on just the topics that interest you!
Much, much more!
We're adding new features to clickertraining.com all the time. Again, we encourage you to contact us and let us know what you like about the site and what you want to see in the future. Thanks for being part of the clicker community, and wait until you see what comes next!