Clicker Training Secrets
ATTENTION DOG OWNERS
Discover The Dog Training Breakthrough That Enables You to Teach Your Dog ANYTHING!
Clicker Training is Loved By Dogs, Loved By The World’s BEST Dog Trainers & Will Open Up a New World of Possibilities For You And Your Dog – Below You Will See A Video Of What is Possibly THE HAPPIEST Dog In the World!
To: Dog lover’s everywhere,
My name is Esther Thomas and I’ve been a dog owner for more than 30 of my 42 years. In that time, I’ve owned 7 dogs and trained more than 200. I’ve gained a huge amount of knowledge about the various aspects of teaching dogs the things I’d like them to do as well as training them not to do the things I don’t want them to do. First and foremost, I’m a dog lover.
It’s my firm belief that there is a formula to properly engaging with our canine friends on a level that they appreciate and in fact thrive on. It’s my goal to share with you the most important dog training technique I’ve learned in my career and life as a dog owner. That method is clicker training.
In this guide – which contains input from professional dog trainers who are FAR more experienced with clicker training than I – you will learn:
- The origins and theory of the clicker (why dolphin trainers adopt this method)
- The uses for clicker training when teaching new behaviour
- The right way to use clicker training to correct unwanted behaviour
- How to use a clicker in a simple, step by step process that ANY dog owner can follow
- Using clicker training with puppies, adult dogs and ANY breed
- The clicker training method for using positive, reward based training
- & more!
Whether you have a dog who you’re struggling with or you simply want to learn a technique that can be applied to any dog in order to attain the behaviour you crave, this guide will give you the insight you need.
Ever wondered how someone can teach a dog to do things like this…
…well, wonder no more!
Clicker training can make life so, so much simpler for both dog and owner. In fact, the one regret I have throughout my entire life as a dog owner is not learning about clicker training sooner.
I’m not going to bore you by publishing reams and reams of testimonials from the thousands of people who’ve discovered just how transformational clicker training can be – those can be found online with just a click of a mouse.
Instead, I’d just like to say this: by learning how to properly clicker train your dog
- you WILL see the magic unfold before your eyes
- you WILL kick yourself for not discovering it sooner
- you WILL eradicate the stress and anxiety from not being able to get your dog to understand you
- you WILL observe an incredible, almost mind blowing reaction when your dog ‘gets it’
- you WILL be able to show off and boast to your dog owning friends (if you’re that way inclined )
So please, download the report and have your eyes opened to a dog training principle that is now so widely adopted by the best of the best in the dog training world, you’ll wonder how you ever managed to live without it!
Clickers are a fun and fast way to speed up your dog’s learning process.
In this easy to follow, simple guide we’ll explain the origins, benefits and implementation techniques that will allow you to get an informed introduction to the dog training phenomenon that has won so much support and respect all over the world.
The advantages of using clicker training first and foremost are that we are using the science and technology of learning rather than tradition and folklore, in other words it uses the laws of learning that are always in effect, and with clicker training, learning models or rules are applied to an animal’s behaviour in order to predict consequences and work toward increasing certain behaviours (the behaviour we desire from the dog), or decreasing other behaviours (the behaviour we don’t like from the dog).
Clicker training works because it is founded on established scientific principles governing the learning process.
When training a dog to do anything from agility, fly ball, search and rescue to just basic good dog manners involves operant behaviours meaning behaviour that is influenced by the events which immediately follow a specific action.
In other words, with operant behaviour the dog is acting on the environment as much as the environment is acting on the dog. If the dog begs and food follows, it is likely that the dog will repeat that behaviour. If a dog barks and attention follows, it is likely that the dog will repeat that behaviour.
The dog learns that its behaviour has consequences. Understanding how a dog learns gives us an advantage in that we can use these rules with certainty and immediacy to either increase or decrease the frequency of that behaviour.