Your dog is SMART, and we want you to see how smart he/she really is and have fun doing it. Your dog will become an enthusiastic partner in his own training and you will be amazed at the possibilities!
Clicker Training Courses and Workshops
Learn the basics of clicker training, how to use a clicker to get great results. We teach you how to use the clicker (we make it easy!) and teach your dog some new tricks and exercises in a fun and relaxed environment.
What is Clicker Training
It is a science-based system for teaching behavior with positive reinforcement.
You use a marker signal (the sound of a toy clicker) to tell the animal (or person) when it's doing the action that will pay off. The system was first widely used by dolphin trainers who needed a way to teach behavior without using physical force.
Clicker Training is a fantastic way to teach your dog tricks, improve and perfect obedience, build confidence and so much more!.
It's fun, useful and exciting for you and your dog!
Your dog is SMART
and we want you to see how smart he/she really is and have fun doing it. Your dog will become an enthusiastic partner in his own training and you will be amazed at what is possible in this class.
We will cover:
- How to use the clicker - get ready to play the human clicker game!
- When to use the clicker and when NOT to use the clicker
- Learn a trick or two and improve obedience
OH, the possibilities!
WHAT: Clicker Training Workshop The how, what and why of Clicker Training
WHEN: Wednesday March 28 at 6:30pm at our Sunset location
WHY: Your dog is smarter than you know!
COST: $50 per team - 1 dog 1 handler.
WHO: All levels welcome!
*Dogs learn that the marker signal means, "Something good is coming." Then they realize they can make you click by repeating their behavior. They become enthusiastic partners in their own training. In people, clicking reduces the need for correction and is especially useful for training physical skills. Clicker training is exciting for animals and fun for us. And it's easy to do. You might get results on the very first try.