50 Tricks to Teach Your Dog offers a wide range of intelligent games and tricks to teach dogs of any size, shape, or temperament. It contains an assortment of tricks so pet parents can tailor playtime to their dogs’ specific abilities and provides training advice from the basics to the more complex elements to ensure safe and effective training technique for the entire family.
Border Collie Performs 50 Dog Tricks
Strictly following the model set out in the , some 50 years later, the Koehler method continues to be taught in both class and private training formats. The method is based in the philosophy that a dog acts on its right to choose its actions. Koehler explained that a dog's learned behavior is an act of choice based on its own learning experience. When those choices are influenced by the expectation of reward, the behavior will most likely be repeated, and when those choices are influenced by the anticipation of punishment, they will most likely cease. Once the dog has learned that its choices result in comfort or discomfort it can be taught to make the correct decisions. Action→Memory→Desire encapsulates the learning pattern used by the method; the dog acts, remembers the consequences, and forms the desire to repeat or avoid those consequences. Adherents believe that once the behavior has been correctly taught, it should be performed, thus making any correction, fair, reasonable, and expected. While the model has been used consistently since 1962, some of the punishment procedures described in the book are now not considered necessary, humane, or appropriate by many trainers.
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The first trick in this video is Splash showing Service Dog trainers that you dont have to use punishment to train service dog behaviors! Dogs are super smart, they can learn to do all we need them to do though positive reinforcement training.
Splash turned 18 months and I got her hips x rayed recently they look awesome and the vet ok-ed doing agility and Frisbee tricks! So this is the beginning. I would like to thank Al from WhyDogsFly for helping me with learning how to throw the Frisbee. I am still a major novice and struggling with throwing. Arg! I hate being the typical girl who cant throw! Thats ok, because Splash will make me look better than I am. However since my Frisbee lessons I think my throws have improved by at least 50%!!! Splash thanks Al too!
There is an exercise in this video where I am teaching Splash to bark at me. And the reason I trained her to do this is because 1 it s great for movies and 2- I wanted to train arousal on cue as a behavior 3- I wanted to see if I could teach a Schutzhund bark and hold type behavior where the dog is very calm and collected but looks aroused. Meaning a safer more reliable dog, than a dog that is over aroused and over their threshold- less likely to let go when the trainer says out.Facebook:
Ben the German shepherd - 5 years.
About 50 dog tricks in video!
Thanks for watching :-)
Music: Maître Gims - Est-ce que tu m'aimes
I own only the video with the dog.
I do not own the music.
It's just a video of our tricks :-)