Clicker Training Is A Great Way To Teach Your Puppy How To Do Push

A dog named Magic learned quickly using clickser training. By 10 weeks old, he did “puppy push-ups” (Sit-down-Sit-downs) on the local TV station. Your dog can learn just as easily. In fact, dogs are eager for new things to learn. The "clicker training" lets your dog see the behavior you want him to do. He will do many "bad" things before he accidentally sits down and gets a reward. Trainers recommend you "load" the clicker so the dog quickly identifies the sound with a forthcoming reward. Liver bits, cheese, slice of hot dog or other strong scented morsels work best. Before long, your baby will volunteer all sorts of behaviors in an attempt to make you clicks. . . .

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