Clicker Training Making it Real
Clicker Training Making it Real
Why Train Rescue Dogs?
Why Train Rescue Dogs? A trained rescue dog is more likely to find a home
Why Train Rescue Dogs? A trained rescue dog is more likely to find a home A trained rescue dog can be marketed as more d...
Why Train Rescue Dogs? A trained rescue dog is more likely to find a home A trained rescue dog can be marketed as more d...
Why Train Rescue Dogs? A trained rescue dog is more likely to find a home A trained rescue dog can be marketed as more d...
What isClicker Training?
Clicker training is a way to   communicate to the dog thatsomething he did is going to gethim something he wants – and so ...
What is so good about Clicker Training?
What is so good about Clicker Training?         Accuracy
What is so good about Clicker Training?         Accuracy         Enthusiastic Learning
What is so good about Clicker Training?         Accuracy         Enthusiastic Learning         Working it out
What is so good about Clicker Training?         Accuracy         Enthusiastic Learning         Working it out         ...
What is so good about Clicker Training?         Accuracy         Enthusiastic Learning         Working it out         ...
How to Clicker Train
How to Clicker Train Lure or shape the behaviour
How to Clicker Train Lure or shape the behaviour Wait for the behaviour to be offered
How to Clicker Train Lure or shape the behaviour Wait for the behaviour to be offered Name the behaviour
How to Clicker Train Lure or shape the behaviour Wait for the behaviour to be offered Name the behaviour Practise it e...
How to Clicker Train Lure or shape the behaviour Wait for the behaviour to be offered Name the behaviour Practise it e...
Making it Real
Rules of Clicker Training
Rules of Clicker Training If you click, you must treat
Rules of Clicker Training If you click, you must treat No pushing or pulling
Rules of Clicker Training If you click, you must treat No pushing or pulling No punishment – just no reward
Rules of Clicker Training   If you click, you must treat   No pushing or pulling   No punishment – just no reward   Th...
Rules of Clicker Training If you click, you must treat No pushing or pulling No punishment – just no reward The clicke...
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ICAWC 2011: Carolyn Menteith - Clicker Training

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  • I always adopt, because if you don't, all those dogs get killed! :(

    I'm actually looking for people to donate to a film I am making about a dog and it being rescued. We must show the world how truly important dogs are!

    If you'd like to learn more and check it out, please visit the website. The film is called 'Dakota'

    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/martinbentsen/dakota-the-movie
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ICAWC 2011: Carolyn Menteith - Clicker Training

  1. 1. Clicker Training Making it Real
  2. 2. Clicker Training Making it Real
  3. 3. Why Train Rescue Dogs?
  4. 4. Why Train Rescue Dogs? A trained rescue dog is more likely to find a home
  5. 5. Why Train Rescue Dogs? A trained rescue dog is more likely to find a home A trained rescue dog can be marketed as more desirable than a puppy
  6. 6. Why Train Rescue Dogs? A trained rescue dog is more likely to find a home A trained rescue dog can be marketed as more desirable than a puppy Training a dog improves his mental health and his quality of life
  7. 7. Why Train Rescue Dogs? A trained rescue dog is more likely to find a home A trained rescue dog can be marketed as more desirable than a puppy Training a dog improves his mental health and his quality of life Training a dog using reward-based methods can make him safer, happier and more handle-able
  8. 8. What isClicker Training?
  9. 9. Clicker training is a way to communicate to the dog thatsomething he did is going to gethim something he wants – and so is something worth repeating.
  10. 10. What is so good about Clicker Training?
  11. 11. What is so good about Clicker Training?  Accuracy
  12. 12. What is so good about Clicker Training?  Accuracy  Enthusiastic Learning
  13. 13. What is so good about Clicker Training?  Accuracy  Enthusiastic Learning  Working it out
  14. 14. What is so good about Clicker Training?  Accuracy  Enthusiastic Learning  Working it out  Click – not Words
  15. 15. What is so good about Clicker Training?  Accuracy  Enthusiastic Learning  Working it out  Click – not Words  Luring and Shaping
  16. 16. How to Clicker Train
  17. 17. How to Clicker Train Lure or shape the behaviour
  18. 18. How to Clicker Train Lure or shape the behaviour Wait for the behaviour to be offered
  19. 19. How to Clicker Train Lure or shape the behaviour Wait for the behaviour to be offered Name the behaviour
  20. 20. How to Clicker Train Lure or shape the behaviour Wait for the behaviour to be offered Name the behaviour Practise it everywhere
  21. 21. How to Clicker Train Lure or shape the behaviour Wait for the behaviour to be offered Name the behaviour Practise it everywhere Reduce the rewards
  22. 22. Making it Real
  23. 23. Rules of Clicker Training
  24. 24. Rules of Clicker Training If you click, you must treat
  25. 25. Rules of Clicker Training If you click, you must treat No pushing or pulling
  26. 26. Rules of Clicker Training If you click, you must treat No pushing or pulling No punishment – just no reward
  27. 27. Rules of Clicker Training If you click, you must treat No pushing or pulling No punishment – just no reward The clicker is a marker only – not a remote control
  28. 28. Rules of Clicker Training If you click, you must treat No pushing or pulling No punishment – just no reward The clicker is a marker only – not a remote control Stay safe – and have fun!
  29. 29. Dogs TrustYou and Your Puppy iPhone app

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