Comments on Dog Psychology 301: How Dogs Learn

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Karen - 251689   Zephyrhills, FL

11/6/2012 9:13:01 AM

Read, "Your dog has something to tell you." Mental_ Floss Magazine, November 2012.

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Sarah - 243618   Port Charlotte, FL

8/14/2012 10:17:37 AM

The videos really helped make training look so easy and it really is when you understand how your dog thinks. Knowing what motives him/her is a key ingredient to communicating with your dog. This was very helpful. Thanks DC

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Alisha   San Diego, CA

4/12/2012 11:01:00 AM

Personally, and I'm a dog trainer... I absolutely abhor the clicker method. Though I understand it offers another training aid &I works for a lot of people... I've never HAD to use a clicker to get the desired behavior from my dogs.

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Kiley Rae   Omaha, NE

3/14/2012 1:49:26 AM

From a dog training POV, I personally only use the clicker as a last resort...

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Amber   Quitman, MS

8/12/2011 12:22:12 PM

This is very interesting. I use clicker training with my dog.


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melissa   cheektowga, NY

6/28/2011 2:25:25 PM

Once a dog has mastered basic commands, by whatever method, clicker, treat, building on them is relatively easy. The key is patience and consistantcy.

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mariele   Cleveland, OH

6/3/2011 12:51:44 PM

In Question #2 it is not clear with who or what the lab animals are synchronizing.

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Robin   Lewisville, TX

5/8/2011 10:39:51 PM

I enjoyed the course. It was explained & demonstrated well. Thank you. After teaching a dog successful approximations of a task, like in the video, how do we teach a dog to associate the task with a word or hand signal? I'm sure we'll find out later but just incase...

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Jessica   Indianapolis, IN

4/2/2011 9:00:08 PM

it will not let me take this quiz

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Pat   Clarksville, MD

1/29/2011 3:49:59 PM

Delightful to watch the videos, but find it disturbing that people would think that the "average" dog would take only 4.3 minutes to learn each of these behaviors. It's obvious that this dog has been clicker trained from day one.


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