Course Category: CC-LIVE-04

Assignments

Assignment #1 You’ve got a few new behaviours to work on this week after a much needed breather week!  We know that a tight leash…

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Pulling on walks is one of the most common reasons we get called in to help. It can be very frustrating but also dangerous, if…

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Ideas for cues: “wait”, “one sec”, “hold”, “pause”Dogs don’t naturally have city-smarts, so crossing a street is just crossing a street. Waiting for a traffic…

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Look at That

Note: Only start this game if your dog has a +CER (Positive Conditioned Emotional Response, meaning they notice a trigger and look to you in anticipation of…

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  Module 04: Learning Objectives ‚ÄčTransition from full-time classical counterconditioning to a game that teaches your dog that disengaging from the trigger and reorienting to…

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