In this episode (29:12)
This is a continuation of our discussion about how you can analyze key areas of your training to help improve how easily and quickly your dog learns. In part 1, we discussed the effect of good timing and defining clear criteria. In this podcast, we discuss the effect of the rate of reinforcement, the quality of reinforcement, and the placement of reinforcement.
- Clickertraining: The 4 Secrets of Becoming a Supertrainer by Morten Egtvedt and Cecilie Køste.
- Our previous podcast about how to effectively use food in agility training.
- Denise Fenzi’s article on Food Drive
- If your dog doesn’t like to tug, you can teach tugging as a trick and then work tugging into your sequencing.
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