Comments on Dog Psychology 301 Video

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Karen - 251689   Zephyrhills, FL

10/26/2012 10:51:13 AM

Appears the treats work more than the clicker.

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mariele   cleveland, OH

6/3/2011 12:39:51 PM

The video was very good. Roux is gorgeous. There was no sound.

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Robin   Lewisville, TX

5/6/2011 3:44:08 AM

Roux is a show stealer! What a gorgeous pooch! The videos really help me understand the clicker training better.

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Tracey   Welland, ON

3/2/2011 7:53:05 PM

Loved the article and the videos are fantastic. Gives me a greater understanding of what clicker training is all about.

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ADA   FORT WALTON BEACH, FL

2/8/2011 7:22:03 PM

VERY GOOD VIDEOS AND EASY TO UNDESTAND.

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ADA   FORT WALTON BEACH, FL

2/8/2011 7:20:05 PM

GOOD VIDEOS.

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Veronica   Wis Rapids, WI

1/6/2011 6:29:23 PM

How is the dog supposed to know what behavior you are looking for? I also agree that too many treats were given. I reward with giving my dog her favorite toy to play with briefly.

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eileen   leavenworth, KS

12/30/2010 5:19:32 PM

seems like the dog is the smart one here,just looking at the bench or a little paw movement earns a treat.seems like to much time

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Alaric   Mars, PA

12/23/2010 8:14:51 AM

This has been the most valuable experience I've had with Dog College. In the videos the trainer demonstrated what the point of a clicker is. I never really understood that until now.

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Lee   Sparks, NV

12/22/2010 9:21:32 AM

She sure gives a lot of treats, wow. My dogs love treats too but also do just as well with positive reinforcement of the loving kind, like a scratch in their favorite spot.

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