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no affidavit been helping people love boost probabilities talks companies have become aware of the fact that people want quality treats for their dogs. our case if our dogs 't like them we 't sell them. I like the Soft Training Treats and the Zuke's Mini Natural treats. They both come different flavors<span itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Thing">
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, they are soft and they are the right size for our dogs. Trainers want to take the time to establish and prioritize a list of dog treats that their dogs really You find that your dog becomes too distracted by the highest value treat. Some dogs can lose focus and they can't think. If that happens you need to drop down to a lesser value treat training. When you move your training into area where there are a lot of distractions you can go back to the highest value treat because the distractions offset one another. This is example of how trainers need to constantly think about what they are doing their work and be willing to adjust to fit the circumstances. There is also not anything wrong with using different levels of treats a training session. Use a higher value treat reward for a really good or really quick effort and a lower value reward for a effort. Ask Your dog What Treats He Likes. You can ask your dog to tell you what treats he likes more than others. Back tie the dog Let him smell a treat hold it out close to his nose but 't let him have it. Allow him to watch you lay it on the just out of his reach. Do this with two treats and then release the dog. which one he eats first. Then repeat the exercise several times and reverse the position of the treats. This tell you if the dog indeed likes one treat over the other. Try adding a third treat to the protocol. With work you be able to assign values to respective rewards. By knowing which treat is his favorite you can use this information<span itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Thing">
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later training. Some training requires the highest level motivation than others and some things only needs the level 4 treat. Just as there are times when a food<span itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Thing">
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reward is the correct type of reward there are times a toy<span itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Thing">
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or tug is a better choice. when to employ both make you a better trainer. high prey drive dogs become over stimulated when they know a toy is the reward. They actually go into too much drive. These dog have much drive for a toy that their shuts down and they can't focus when they their handler with a toy. New trainers mistakenly think the more drive the better. fact this is often not the case. Before a toy can be used for a reward the trainer needs to take his dog through a training process<span itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Thing">
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that teaches the dog three things: The training teaches the dog to OUT when told to OUT. When you stop and think about it if you have to fight with your dog or use undo amounts of pressure<span itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Thing">
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to get the dog to release a toy then you lose the value of the toy as a reward because the dog is thinking about the argument your about to have to get the toy from him and not about what you just gave him the toy for. The training to do these three things along with how to play tug with your dog be covered the second training DVD<span itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Thing">
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that I do with trainers teach exercise with a food reward and then switch to a tug or toy reward to increase speed the exercise. The reason you should only say YES one time is black brook dogs kennel training homemade dog training treats uk studypoint training dogs pageant walk training dog dog socialization training seattle rycarfa dog training dog bite prevention training phillip zwoll training dogs cmhb training dogs


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