At School For The Dogs’ “iDog” clinics, we teach pups to activate touchscreens with their noses. Whether or not the skill could eventually prove useful, the training process is a whole lot of fun.
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Most of our routines begin with a cue and end with a reward. Ditto with dogs. But sometimes, with us or with them, the rewards aren’t what we think they are…
When we are getting just little bits of rewards only very occasionally, we can put up with crappy relationships for a very long time. This is a dog training principle at work. Here is how to train your boyfriend like the dog he is.
I love dogs endlessly, but that doesn’t mean I don’t believe they are opportunistic, selfish creatures who don’t do anything out of courtesy. They will, however, do things for food.
To most dogs and cats, liverwurst is as motivating as a suitcase full of cash would be to me.