I was honored to have been named the Karen Pryor Academy’s dog trainer of the month this month. Thanks to Marie Clougher of PenAndPress.com for penning this wonderful profile. To read the full article, head over to ClickerTraining.com,…
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Using the same principles of positive reinforcement behavior modification that I use when working with dogs, I was able to get myself into better physical shape of my life.
Fish learn in the same ways as all of our other beloved household pets, and training them might just be a way to learn to better communicate with your dog.
As a professional in an unregulated field full of widely differing approaches, I’m proud to be able to put “KPA CPT” after my name. This is what those six letters mean.
As someone who runs a pet care company in Manhattan, I had a lot of hope for the new CBS show “Dogs in the City.” Justin Silver is cute, as were the dogs in the ads. I was pumped. But then I spent 45 minutes yelling at the TV.
The process of finding a competent person to work with you and your dog begins with asking the right questions.
My dog photobombed this picture of two formidable doyennes of dog training.
A former FBI man offers up an option for the dog owner who neither wants his pets running in the street nor shocked with electric prongs. His answer: A good training plan.
Clicker training isn’t just for dogs. Some Bostonians are using clickers as punishers to try to rid themselves of their accents.
Karen Pryor uses the clicker training method to teach tricks to a fish.