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Clicker and teaching a Stand command

Does anyone have a web link for using a clicker to teach a stand? Eventually it will be a moving stand.

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Re: Clicker and teaching a Stand command

How about this one. I've also been looking for information on training the " - out of motion" exercises.

http://www.schutzhund-training.com/m...exercises.html
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Re: Clicker and teaching a Stand command

I've been reading through this website and it sounds much more positive than the other's I've read that describe a "yank and crank" method.

Can't wait to try it.
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Re: Clicker and teaching a Stand command

Is there an part about the stand? I only saw info on the down and sit.

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Re: Clicker and teaching a Stand command

It's all the same steps...

"The down in motion and the stand in motion are taught in the identical fashion beginning with teaching the physical cue and progressing through the various stages discussed above. "
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Re: Clicker and teaching a Stand command

Do you have a stand from a sit yet?

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Re: Clicker and teaching a Stand command

No, I don't have a stand from a sit. Trying to but not getting though to him. Taught him to sit with his head down on his paws on a laundry basket in 2 sessions but can't get him to stand up!

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Re: Clicker and teaching a Stand command

I ran and tried to a couple of videos of teaching the kick back stand. I like this because it really trains the dog that the "stand" is not a forward moving exercise. You get good lock up when you progress to moving. I don't know how old or big your dog is. Sorry had to do this in the freezing basement and my nose ran... so distracting sniffles!

http://www.youtube.com/user/Sambasue.../1/PWWKhkvYftM


Once your dog understands that the palm coming at the nose means stand you are on the way. Then you can move to stand from beside you in heel position. You can begin to progress to verbal cue also.

http://www.youtube.com/user/Sambasue.../0/e4pSgG18IZI

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Re: Clicker and teaching a Stand command

Herre are some more vids:


http://leerburg.com/playem.htm?name=flv/8-6-09-news.flv

http://leerburg.com/playem.htm?name=flv/7-30-09news.flv

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Re: Clicker and teaching a Stand command

Thanks for the videos. It has given me a few more things to think about. I love the kitty meowing at the end of the first one lol. Oreo always hangs out close when I am cutting up tracking bait. I will let you know how it turns out. I have some hefty goals for him this summer.

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