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    I like this website for info on Clicker Training, I don't remember if I've given you the link before or not.

    Gary Wilkes ClickandTreat.com Clicker Training Articles

    I've only done it a little bit with Frosty because I am so Unco about it. At the moment I use verbal "good" from "good dog" but I know we can get more accurate with the clicker and I wouldn't mind having a bit of targetting as that might make training agility easier though I didn't hear any clickers the other night, I think it would be ok for home practice.

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    Yeah I still worry about the timing and I have accidentally clicked wayyyy too early in anticipation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    I like this website for info on Clicker Training, I don't remember if I've given you the link before or not.

    Gary Wilkes ClickandTreat.com Clicker Training Articles
    That's a great link. Thanks! I think I'm getting a bit obsessed with this dog training stuff : P I bought Click For Joy (as a PDF book) which I enjoyed reading and I have Really Reliable Recall DVD coming to me in the mail as we speak.

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