Re: 'Click to Calm' book?
I have it and have read it. It is okay but I find that as in all things with reactive dogs you have to be in a totally calm setting in order to be able to click the dog. The dog cannot be allowed to be in a situation where he may react, so you would have to be able to set up with other known calm dogs to work on this.
I think the clicker is a really cool gadget, I have several and I use them, but I find when I am in a situation where I am working on reactive issues I need both hands for other stuff, namely leash and food. I don;t have an empty one for the clicker and even if I use one with a wrist strap it still has to be in my hand to work it. I use "yes!" instead.
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