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Old 01-15-2013, 05:54 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Wildo I loved that video, thanks for posting it. Never even crossed my mind to put it on cue but it makes sense!


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Also I've never thought about doing nose work with her but I bet she would be outstanding and have lots of fun with it!


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I agree. I've heard of the training method before but have never tried it. I was going to find some link (via google) to direct you to and randomly found that video. I just favorited it. What a cool idea!! I could definitely see it working for you. Remember to keep your rate of reinforcement high.
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Ahhh, she loves you But I do understand how frustrating it is!! My girl is constantly putting her nose in my bum <sigh>
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Old 01-16-2013, 04:53 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Ok- seriously this is so awesome that I want to find a bad behavior my dog does in order to try it!!

Putting a Dog's Unwanted Behavior on Stimulus Control (to get Rid of it)-Clicker trained Jumping - YouTube
This is really wonderful.
so much talk about working with the dog rather than against, but have never seen it applied.
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