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August 3, 2016 at 2:33 PM
This was so helpful Ryan, thanks. Esp the keeping hand hidden/still.
Have a tiny dog who is terrified of clicker sound(????)
Best to keep at it till pleasant association develops or find another stimulus? I love your vids. So generous of you
Jacquie Humphrey says
August 4, 2016 at 1:31 AM
Love clarity and this is excellent in this presentation. Thank you!
Jessica Frysz says
August 4, 2016 at 10:52 PM
I have to say, as a Vet Tech and working in the field of vet medicine, I feel that some of these behaviors I could use clicker training on my patients. One of the behaviors is the one with the harness. I have lots of dogs, but not a lot of cats come in with harnesses and are very squirmy when I have to place the harness back on. Another one is putting a muzzle on and taking it off, during certain procedures where the animal may bite. I could use that click on the harness or muzzle to try and show that the animal is doing good. The only other task is trying to get an animal to sit still while these events occur, sometimes so that they don’t get hurt in the process. All and all these videos are very informative!!!
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