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04-26-2014 11:40 AM
Sri The one I really like is Control Unleased
04-26-2014 02:43 AM
wolfy dog
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Originally Posted by Sri View Post
Lol. Shes smart! But daughters are the best. Im beginning to see a similarity between my adolescent male and my preteen son. I really wish i knew how to free shape him.


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The NILIF treatment works great with teens (my two (human)boys) too. I practiced that without knowing the acronym, just did it. And letting them deal with the consequences of their behavior so punsihment is related to the issue they have. Now they are young adults and we often laugh about their antics and the feedback I get from that time is "I knew you were right, just didn't want to admit it and played it all out".
Another one: do not sweat the small stuff and reward their good behavior.
04-25-2014 10:37 PM
Sri Yes. I also feel i need to give him space while still guiding him.


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04-25-2014 07:33 PM
glowingtoadfly You just have to find his motivation.
04-25-2014 07:29 PM
Sri
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Ha, ha, one of my dog training clients used this same technique with his grouchy neighbor. 14 days later, he was OK and had quit his nasty remarks. People are trainable, as long as they don't know they are being trained. Once I complimented my teen daughter for putting away the laundry, (free shaping!). Her response: "Yes mom, click!"

Lol. Shes smart! But daughters are the best. Im beginning to see a similarity between my adolescent male and my preteen son. I really wish i knew how to free shape him.


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04-25-2014 07:05 PM
wolfy dog Ha, ha, one of my dog training clients used this same technique with his grouchy neighbor. 14 days later, he was OK and had quit his nasty remarks. People are trainable, as long as they don't know they are being trained. Once I complimented my teen daughter for putting away the laundry, (free shaping!). Her response: "Yes mom, click!"
04-25-2014 06:51 PM
glowingtoadfly Clicker Research Challenges | Karen Pryor Clicker Training :-)
04-25-2014 08:17 AM
Sri
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Sounds like Karen Pryor's Don't Shoot The Dog.

yes it is
04-21-2014 11:39 PM
dogfaeries Sounds like Karen Pryor's Don't Shoot The Dog.
04-21-2014 11:04 PM
Juliem24 Wish I had read about clicker training before I raised my kids...life could've been a little easier!
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