Getting Started: Clicker Training for Dogs PDF Book by Karen Pryor PDF ePub

Getting Started: Clicker Training for Dogs

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3.90400 votes • 18 reviews
Published 01 Aug 2005
Getting Started: Clicker Training for Dogs.pdf
Format Paperback
Pages100
Edition9
Publisher Sunshine Books
ISBN 1890948217
ISBN139781890948214
Languageen-US



From the author of Don't Shoot the Dog!, this book & two SitStay clickers are a must have for those learning clicker training. Clicker training is not about the clicker or about the food. It is about the reinforcement presented with correct timing in such a way that information is communicated between trainer & pet. Together you and the dog will learn a new way of interacting. We have used this method with one of our dogs to rapidly teach her how to ring a bell and to touch anything we ask her to touch. This newest version includes photographs that illustrate the training exercises. Contents: Clicker Training for Dogs (book), two SitStay clickers (Copyright 2005, Paperback, 100 pages, 5 1/4 inches x 8 1/4 inches)

Getting Started: Clicker Training for Dogs Reviews

Leah
- Seattle, WA
2
Tue, 17 Nov 2015

There's nothing wrong with this book, it's just too simplistic and basic. If I was going to convince someone of the utility and value of clicker training versus more traditional alpha-dog methods, this would not be the book to win hearts and minds. Now that I have some experience with clicker training, it didn't offer anything beyond the very basics, which my pup has mastered, nor did it explain how to overcome common pitfalls. There are several positive training YouTube channels with more in-depth instruction and valuable commands.

t-rex
- Baltimore, MD
3
Mon, 11 Oct 2010

Very basic.

Tiffany
- Redmond, WA
4
Thu, 05 Jul 2018

While this book lacks any truly interesting anecdotes, the book does provide a concrete preview into clicker training for dogs. Ideally, this book will come in handy when I start training my new puppy, who will be home in a matter of weeks. For anyone who reads this book and develops a taste for clicker training, Pryor's book, "Don't Shoot the Dog", is an excellent and entertaining resource on the subject.

Ben
- The United States
4
Wed, 24 Jun 2015

Turned on to this author from Team Dog. Exactly what I expected; helped me plan how to begin training the dog we're adopting next week.

General H. Sassafras
4
Thu, 23 May 2019

Definitely a good book for people first learning about using a clicker in operant training. Still a good review for people who already know the basics.

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