September 14th, 2016

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Julie

Julie

"Why tell the dog that he wasn't successful? This question is usually asked in a more philosophical way, but I mean it very practically—if the dog needs an NRM to realize that he isn't being reinforced, the trainer has screwed up badly. Why doesn't the dog know already? Clicker training is pretty much yes/no. If training has been set up so that the dog can't tell if he's been successful, and he needs supplemental information, then something is wrong! (See “Fixing behavior without an NRM” for more on this.)"

Posted by Julie Rice on 14 Sep 2016, 19:31

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Julie

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"Why tell the dog that he wasn't successful? This question is usually asked in a more philosophical way, but I mean it very practically—if the dog needs an NRM to realize that he isn't being reinforced, the trainer has screwed up badly. Why doesn't the dog know already? Clicker training is pretty much yes/no. If training has been set up so that the dog can't tell if he's been successful, and he needs supplemental information, then something is wrong! (See “Fixing behavior without an NRM” for more on this.)"

Posted by Julie Rice on 14 Sep 2016, 19:31

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Reactive Dog: Moving Past Distractions on a Walk – Dr. Sophia Yin

Reactive Dog: Moving Past Distractions on a Walk – Dr. Sophia Yin

Reactive Dog: Moving Past Distractions on a Walk 1 | Posted: June 29, 2013 CommentTweetEmail By Dr. Sophia Yin My dog loves to jump on people and dogs who pass by. He’s friendly, but often dogs and people aren’t appreciative. Once he even tripped a jogger. He’s ok if we can get 10 feet away but some...

Posted by Julie Rice on 15 Sep 2016, 01:14

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Reactive Dog: Moving Past Distractions on a Walk – Dr. Sophia Yin

Reactive Dog: Moving Past Distractions on a Walk – Dr. Sophia Yin

Reactive Dog: Moving Past Distractions on a Walk 1 | Posted: June 29, 2013 CommentTweetEmail By Dr. Sophia Yin My dog loves to jump on people and dogs who pass by. He’s friendly, but often dogs and people aren’t appreciative. Once he even tripped a jogger. He’s ok if we can get 10 feet away but some...

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