Dog Training Ultrasonic Clicker
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Clicker Training for Dogs
Clicker-training is fun and effective, and fast becoming the preferred method of training dogs.
Clickety-clack, don’t look back
Clicker training is a simple and effective method of training based on a positive reinforcement reward system. The clicker itself is a simple plastic box with a metal tongue. When compressed, it emits a double 'click' sound. The clicker is used to reward a specific behaviour and works on your dog’s willingness to want to please you and earn his prize.
The great thing about a clicker is that it is specific to the behaviour your dog is exhibiting at the precise time you want to reward it. Praise like, "Who’s been a good boy, then, yes you!" is not going to be as effective in teaching your dog what will earn him a reward, so it will take him longer to remember the good behaviour you’re wanting.
Because the click is heard by the dog while the good behaviour is occurring, there can be no doubt in your dogs mind about what he is being rewarded for.
Clicker training uses your dogs own natural desire to learn and obtain a reward without having to use any force or punishment. If your dog does not do what you are trying to teach, he will not get a click reward and so will try harder to do what you want to gain recognition.
Why use a clicker instead of food lure training?
Using food as reward is still an essential part of training, at least initially. However, using food rewards alone has some drawbacks:
Over-treating can lead to obesity.
Some dogs will grow bored and stop learning if the treats are not used correctly.
The treat may distract the dog from understanding exactly what he did to earn the reward.
Treating can lead to the dog refusing to perform a task unless the treat is produced, meaning the dogs will end up only doing as he is asked when the treat is on show.
Getting started in clicker training
Like with any training, start in an environment that your dog is comfortable and relaxed in.
Begin to associate the click with a reward by following a click-treat-click-treat-click pattern, holding the clicker out of sight.
Your dog will eventually begin to associate the clicker with a reward until the click becomes the reward in itself.
In obedience training, you give your dog an idea of what is expected, rewarding him when he does it properly.
For example, 'lure' your dog into the sit position by holding a treat in front of your dog’s nose and move your hand back over his head. As he tries to keep the treat under his nose, his bottom will automatically hit the floor. At this stage you can click and treat.
As you repeat this, only give treats intermittently and introduce a command. Allow your dog time to work out what you want him to do – and be patient.
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