21 horse tricks. Clicker training. Liberty groundwork. Bareback and bridleless riding.



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Bob reads flash cards, does the Spanish Walk, Obstacles, Free Lunges, comes to a whistle, Smiles, Kisses, Bows, Podium and about 40 more tricks and skills.

Horses love ‘Clicker Training’. Also known as ‘Positive Reinforcement’ or ‘Reward Based Training’. It’s fun for both the human and the horse, and very bonding.

These ‘tricks’ are stepping stones to very practical behaviours, because they build confidence in the horse, for things they’ll need to be able to do in the human world. Here are some examples:

– Trailering is made easy, because the horse has learnt to step up onto the ‘podium’, and to back up from the ‘tail’ cue.

– Throwing the scarf in front of his face is great for desensitising him to weird things like plastic bags blowing past.

– Mounting a horse from the ground puts a lot of strain on a horses spine, but mounting from a fence is less compromising. Also, if I drop something whilst out riding, the horse can ‘fetch’ it for me, so I don’t need to get off and remount from the ground.

– Bowing comes from teaching the horse to pick up his feet on cue. Essential for daily grooming.

Having this communication between the horse and human, helps the horse feel more confident in scary situations. When my horse sees something weird when we’re out riding the trails, instead of following his instinct and bolting, he trusts me when I reassure him that it’s fine. Essential for safety.

Clicker training is used by trainers in all disciplines, as a training language. Olympic level trainers use horse clicker training for dressage and jumping, for a joyful, progressive and rewarding training experience.

It’s great for:
– Bomb proofing (de-spooking) (sacking out).
– Cooperative health care.
– Trailering.
– Trail riding.
– Western and English connection.
– Trick training.

People are concerned that the horse will become pushy for treats, however teaching respect around food is the first step of clicker training. The result is actually a more polite horse.

Stay at Dinner Time: Clicker Dog Training



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In case I was not clear in the video, I DO NOT have my dogs stay and wait for their dinner. I am simply saying you can have them wait or stay if you wish. I don’t really feel it is a big deal. I put down their food and they eat… I can practice impulse control if I want to, but I usually don’t.

What you will find on this channel… Dog training tips, clicker training, “How To” train dog trick tutorials as well as “How To” videos on helping dogs with behavior problems.

I am very good at responding to questions and would love to help you train your dog in any way that I can.

I offer online classes in Clicker Training Basics, Canine Freestyle, and Play-N-Train Recalls.

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Have a great day with your dog, today and everyday!
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Stay in the Car: Clicker Dog Training



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What you will find on this channel… Dog training tips, clicker training, “How To” train dog trick tutorials as well as “How To” videos on helping dogs with behavior problems.

I am very good at responding to questions and would love to help you train your dog in any way that I can.

I offer online classes in Clicker Training Basics, Canine Freestyle, and Play-N-Train Recalls.

Visit my website for a FREE organized video list, articles, online classes, and dog sport video titling opportunities.

Have a great day with your dog, today and everyday!
Pam, Isabelle, Bandit and Twix

Stay on the GO: Clicker Dog Training



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What you will find on this channel… Dog training tips, clicker training, “How To” train dog trick tutorials as well as “How To” videos on helping dogs with behavior problems.

I am very good at responding to questions and would love to help you train your dog in any way that I can.

I offer online classes in Clicker Training Basics, Canine Freestyle, and Play-N-Train Recalls.

Visit my website for a FREE organized video list, articles, online classes, and dog sport video titling opportunities.

Have a great day with your dog, today and everyday!
Pam, Isabelle, Bandit and Twix

Obedience Improv snow- clicker dog training obedience



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Just playing games with Splash my border collie in the snow. I did some improvisation obedience with her. Its her second time working in the snow. First time with snow falling while training. I think she did very well! I don’t know the footwork for obedience or the rules, I just like working with my dogs.

Clicker Dog Training: STOP Leash Pulling!



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This is an exercise that supplements the techniques that I have presented on this topic already. It is not by any means a conclusive, end-all solution to stop leash-pulling. However, after having worked through everything else mentioned in my other videos on teaching loose leash walking, I find that a lot of dogs learn very quickly with this approach that they must not pull if they want to continue the walk. It is important to note however, that using food as a reward after every ’roundabout’ may cause some dogs to pull just so they can come around for a reward. Using food rewards occasionally should eliminate this problem.

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How to teach Loose Leash Walking (PART 1):
‘Getting your dog to stay next to you’

PART 2:
‘Helping your dog relax and be calm on walks’

How to teach your dog the HEEL position demonstrated in this video:

What is Clicker Training? Clicker Training For Dogs



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What is clicker training? Clicker training is a way of training animals in which desirable behavior is marked with a sound maker and then reinforced, making the behavior more likely to happen in the future. Who can use clicker training? People of all ages! What animals can be clicker trained? All animals, young or old. All species and breeds, small or large. Clicker training creates strong reliable behaviors, and is a great way of modifying behavior- solving shyness, reactivity and aggression. It is also a ethical way to bond with your companion animal as you train the animal to want to do what you want them to do, rather than physically or psychologically intimidating the animal to do what you want.

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Dog Does Cartwheel- clicker dog training tricks



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Backchaining a Canine Freestyle Routine – Clicker Dog Training



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I am in the process of finishing up my ebooks on Canine Freestyle and Tricks. I have instructions, lesson plans, check lists, videos, pictures and more of how to train tricks and how to train canine freestyle. It will be available soon on my website.

This is just one of the MANY videos that will be in the canine freestyle ebook.
Have a great day!

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Barking Episode 4- Barking at Strangers- Dog training



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This dog training video outlines a plan for beginning to counter condition a dog to certain types of people that a dog becomes reactive to. This video can also be used as a way to socialize young puppies to weird things in the environment. Another useful application of these exercises would be for a dog and handler team practicing to take a Canine Good Citizen test, as well as proofing a Therapy dog or Service dog for all types of situations they might encounter while on the job.

It is very common for dogs to become reactive to anything out of the ordinary. We have selectively bred them to be this way.

Many dogs will become reactive or show fear to stimuli such as a weird hat, a cane, a walker, a stroller, a person with bags, a big jacket, strange movement and anything that changes a persons profile.

You can set up training games to change your dogs emotional response from fear or arousal to calm friendliness using counter conditioning. Watch this video to check out what you can do.
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Another thing you can do to speed up the process, is to leave these scary items around in your house for the dog to habituate to and investigate. You can also wear them. If your dog is fearful of people with gloves, wear gloves when you watch TV in the evening every once in a while. Put on a different scary item before you put down your dogs dinner bowl.
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If at any point the dog were to become reactive, simply say ‘let’s go’ to the dog, and when the dog has stopped reacting you can let them watch as their favorite person removes the object, and walks away from it. You can then let your dog approach and check out the object on the ground to find out that is not dangerous.
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If you have a very shy or reactive dog, seek advice from an animal behaviorist, and during this exercise do not let the dog get within reach of the favorite person with the object, or they could get bitten.
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For a doorway. Have your dog on leash.

1- have the dogs favorite person enter and exit the doorway. Click or feed your dog for watching the person come in while the dog remains calm by your side
2- have the person come in pick up the hat or coat, and then put it on in front of the dog.
3- have the person leave in the hat or coat, and then come back in the door seconds later.
4- repeat with different scary items

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Handling Shyness – Clicker Dog Training



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These exercises are for all dogs, as most dogs do not like to be handled. This video is the first in a series to come…
I am sorry about the big block of text at the beginning of the video, but it is because this exercise needs to be taken seriously, as if done wrong you can scare a dog, and a frightened dog will bite, as will any animal that is frightened.
If you are worried that your dog is too shy or frightened to work with, you can talk to an animal behaviorist first. Another game you can do is just tossing the dog treats, and feeding the dog his meals by dropping the kibble for the dog following you.