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  • #92484

    oh lord – you and jayne at the same time –  :-*

    read the posts on how to teach stop – this is why the clicker is good because you do not have to use your voice to mark the behaviour so you then dont use your voice to cue – the dog needs to think so we work silently

    #92485

    Between us Lisa, we can turn Bev completely grey PMSL  :-*

    #92486
    Lisa33
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    lol – Jayne!!

    I’m sorry Bev!! :-\  😀  I have now read the Stop and am abit more aware of what I’m supposed to do.  I have never used a clicker ???  Do you think I should use a clicker for doing the stop?  Would she understand it even though wwe’ve not used it?

    #92487

    Ooo Lisa, get yourself a clicker, they are fab, although I’ve not used it for ages on The Smurphster  ::)  You ‘charge’ them to it then click and reward away to your hearts content!!  LOL

    #92488
    Lisa33
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    Do you think? :-\  I’m a worried I’m going to confuse myself to insanity (which would’nt take much!!) :-[ 

    OK well, I will look up clickering on here and see what I should do.  It does sound that the training would seem easier with one but I’ve never used it before! 

    Emmy won’t know what hit her, what with whistles and clickers!!! 😀 😀

    #92489
    Anonymous
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    links on here re clicker stuff.  Much quicker results.  ;D

    #92490
    Anonymous
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    BIGGGGGGGGG HUGGGGGG for Bev

    #92491

    you do not USE the clicker for stop – you use a clicker to mark a behaviour so the dog knows that is the behaviour you want and that something good is going to follow – if you start then do it prop. and get it charged and then do something real simple like nose touch to hand and dont start doing anything else until you are both fluent at the concept/understanding it

    #92492
    Lisa33
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    [quote author=waggi link=topic=3988.msg60994#msg60994 date=1155196401]
    BIGGGGGGGGG HUGGGGGG for Bev
    [/quote]

    Most Definately!!! ;D ;D

    Right, I will start with a clicker and see how we get on, keeping it simple.  Will stop with the stops for a bit until we have got the understanding of the clicker.  Oh there’s so much to remember!! :-\  will keep you posted! might take a while though!! 😀

    And thanks again Bev…your a star :-* :-* :-*

    #92493
    Lisa33
    Member

    Ok guys!  Be warned, I am now armed and dangerous! 😀

    Have my new clicker, it’s the one that Joly has but got mine at P@H for £2.49! 

    Did my first session with tons of dried out liver 😛  Emmy was really good and responded well (thank doG!)  will do a couple more sessions and then will be ready to move on!!! ;D

    #92494
    Anonymous
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    I use cheese and scottish salmon (leftovers before I get a row ;D)

    #92495

    Clare

    What’s that website for whistles – I’ve tried searching and I can’t find it!?  I want a 2 11 1/2 falconers.

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    Anonymous
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    #92498
    Anonymous
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    Oh I have not seen this one properly………. add to basket……  ;D

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