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I know a fair number of Border Collies who have a really hard time doing this. The only sensory input that gets through to them is the movement of the dog being herded. Similarly common is the opposite challenge in Border Collies: they cannot filter out one stimulus to focus on.

They get overwhelmed easily because they are being blasted with all the sensory input all at once and all of the time. It is heartbreaking to see this in my student dogs who live in urban spaces: busy cities are not a good fit for dogs who cannot stop taking everything in all at once.

The same dogs may, however, make excellent herding dogs in rural areas while stationarily sticky dogs are not what working dog breeders select for.

Chai does not seem to struggle with either of the above challenges, which is great! That said, she is still growing up — things may change. The two started playing and had A LOT of fun! I was happy Chai had the opportunity to get out all that need to move and run, wrestle and roughhouse!

On the way home, we heard a firecracker! The last two days of following each firecracker up with food are paying off and I love it!

Also referred to as gating or filtering, sensory gating prevents an overload of information in the higher cortical centers of the brain. We started the morning with some more position work. I specifically want a fold-back down rather than a down from a sit, and the way to teach this is from a stand.

The video below is an uninterrupted minute session with a 5-months old puppy. I happen to have a worky puppy who loves training and so do I — so I get to do this on days I need something to obsess over or something that I can focus on without thinking about anything else in the world!

Dog training is that thing for me, so here we go — both having fun! Note that often, I will have heavy-training days followed by little or no other adventures or very low-key days like yesterday.

So heavy training days tend to be low-physical activity days just not today and heavy physical activity days tend to be little-to-no-training days. Thank you so much, Scarlett, for lending me the puppy backpack!

It is GREAT! When I got home, I set up the fan and pointed it at the curtains:. It never hurts to learn about the safety of objects and situations in set-ups you can control before encountering them in the real world again! In the late afternoon, we spontaneously returned to Parque Ecológico Huayamilpas briefly before 6pm: when we were there a few days ago Chai barked at suddenly appearing strangers and they all started to appear around 6 after we had had the place to ourselves all afternoon.

She got worried — not panicky, but worried enough to tuck her tail and seek my consolation. Right after , the first person suddenly appeared.

Not the best antecedent arrangement to set her up for success! Luckily, the person had a dog and Chai trusts dogs. After watching the two approach suspiciously, she greeted the dog and a little later, I had the person do a version of our food protocol they had already reached for her so I just gave them treats to feed.

All was well with Chai and she even jumped up on them for more. We hung out for a bit and talked dogs, and Chai and the other dog — Kipper — socialized and she did drive-byes with both of us humans. We then followed the next pair of passers-by for a little — an adult and a kid. As we turned around to look back, a family with several kids had come to the concrete snake in the center of the park and we turned around to see them up close.

Still, she had positive interactions with people at the snake! Because it went so well, I waited longer and Chai got to briefly greet an adult and a kid walking with two dogs. Then, we called it a day and made our way towards the exit. Sadly, right as we were walking away from the snake, the nearby firecrackers started up again.

Chai was — again — concerned. All I had was kibble, but she was able to eat and I fed one after each boom. Still, the insecurity lingered after the firecrackers stopped. Unease is not the emotion I want her to associate with the snake, the park or firecrackers.

So I will probably be going back for another round of sudden environmental change — hopefully without the firecrackers. The saving grace today was a Lab mix we met at the parking lot: Chai and the dog played for a minute or so, and then Chai, tail proud and high, eyes shining and body language loose left the park on a good note.

By the time we got back home, it was dark out. On the walk from the car to the apartment, Chai got spooked by people unloading stuff from a truck. We watched for a bit, curved around and then I encouraged her to watch some more, but she was ready to leave. Note to self: take more night walks around weird stuff and people carrying strange objects!

Today was quite the day! Our outings were not very long, but jam-packed with things going on. Puppies and adolescents change every day — and these days, Chai is highly sensitive in all directions: picking up behaviors from older dogs and having an easier startle response than she usually does.

However, the good news is that her recovery is still amazing playing with that Lab mix a minute after hearing firecrackers? Go Chai! and that even in a state of firecracker insecurity, she was able to eat kibble. It is also interesting to see a dog who learns really fast overall have sensitive days: they are impactful in a different way than in the last two puppies I raised Puzzle and Game.

It is like watching Chai have an experience and then assimilate it into this 10 piece puzzle that is the map of the world in her head. Nothing exists in isolation. Every experience Chai has gives her a puzzle piece, and she is quick to find the exact spot it belongs in the map of the world she is creating for herself.

Maps are necessarily an imperfect representation of the world. Subway stops are one of my favorite way to conceptualize big cities. Subway stops are my favorite landmark. But she is now significantly more confident around them and open to making new friends.

Chai peed AND pooped at the park without another dog to imitate! Our house training project is coming along! All of this is great news for a dog who had no idea about defined toilet spaces when I got her.

If I had a yard, she might be doing all her business there already apart from the occasional accident even adolescents still have. Instead, I just think of any young developing brain: there are changes and shifts in hormone levels and neurotransmitters and neural connections and all kinds of other things I do not know about because I have no medical degree.

Young brains are brains under construction. Similarly, there will be days that a growing brain the wires is more sensitive to external stimuli the rain than others. So you just hope that if and when your puppy is having a sensitive day, they happen to not encounter the kind of stuff that would trigger an electrical fire.

But if it happens? Well, it happens. Nothing you can do about it. or you just want to be on the safe side, give it a few days to be sure the exposed wiring of your house has been covered and then repeat the situation under different conditions, setting your puppy up for success.

This is what would have happened today with the snake head had there not been firecrackers. Apart from the fact that young brains are under construction, dogs of all ages — just like other animals of all ages — sometimes have a less-than-ideal day.

Sometimes, you wake up with a headache and it just shaves a little bit off of your patience with your coworkers or your friend or your partner.

Sometimes, your dog is in pain — it may be invisible pain — and this too can cause a slight shift in their response to otherwise uninteresting stimuli. On the other hand, my grandfather has been livingwith a crumbling hip bone for a decade, refuses to take pain killers or go in for surgery and is still the kindest and most patient person you can imagine, just like he has always been.

People are different. Dogs are different. And your puppy is a different person every day because they are still in the process of becoming themselves! I will link to these more specific posts in future Chaiaries instead of directly inserting the videos every day.

It was just the one. Fundamental optimism for the win! Tuesdays are market days at Diagonal San Antonio! We used this opportunity to walk through as the vendors were just setting up shop in the morning.

We also did — as we do most days — a little or a lot of shaping, drove a slightly longer about 2 minutes while yesterday was about 1 minute loop on an empty stomach success!

No throwing up or pooping! I know a beautiful black Standard Poodle named Gidget. Gidget is an anxious dog. These are safe spaces for her. She gets to be herself. She does, however, get anxious in new places.

And even in certain familiar ones. Gidget is a perfectly normal Poodle in that she has certain things she really enjoys, such as going on hikes and making dog friends on the trails.

Nor is it being in her safe space in the car. Choices are great? So Brandy and I decided to give Gidget more control over her choice of exiting the car crate in the first place.

We started with a treat test: can you take treats in the car? If so, great! If not — no pressure. You can stay in the car. If Gidget could eat, Brandy would release her from the car. In my experience as a dog trainer, dogs tend to opt in more and enjoy themselves more the more agency they are given.

I hoped that Gidget would feel this way, too! A detour: what is the game? The basic version of the game is very simple: the point is not for the pattern to be complex, but for it to help both human and dog to implement it quickly and even in distracting environments.

Feed a treat from your hand at three. Count out loud again as you keep walking: one — two — three. Feed a treat at three, and so on. Both the predictability and the eating help the dog and give them something other than the environment to focus on.

Another detour: what is a start button? A start button behavior is any behavior the dog has learned to use as a cue for the human to do something, or for the human to ask the dog to do something.

We use start buttons a lot in cooperative care and voluntary sharing — but really, there is no end to their application. Common start buttons include visual targets looking at something or someone; making eye contact and tactile targets for example a chin rest on a hand or object, or stepping and staying on a platform.

Rather than feeding each treat from her hand, Brandy put the treat on the ground, next to her shoe, anytime she got to 3.

Like in the basic version of the game, you will be walking and counting your steps, and your dog will eat at 3. This turns the game into requested approach training RAT.

The video below shows Gidget learning the start button version of the game in her yard. Notice how Brandy waits for Gidget to make eye contact before she starts counting again!

What is requested approach training? This is what we did with Gidget once she had learned the game at home, and we took it out into the world: it was up to her if she wanted to go further from the car. No need to venture out into the big and scary world unless you want to!

Windows of opportunity Windows of opportunity to offer a certain behavior — such as 5 seconds for Gidget to make eye contact after eating — serve an important purpose in this kind of training: if you just waited your dog out indefinitely, sooner or later, they would look up at you.

It is only a real choice when the dog can opt out easily. A clearly defined window of opportunity is one way for the dog to opt out. Another one is not taking the treat on the ground. Once Gidget knew the game, we took it to a quiet, low distraction parking lot.

I imagined that after a little practice, Gidget would happily cue Brandy to take her all the way to the trailhead on the other side. It took approximately 10 sessions to get Gidget comfortable with three to four reps before she asked to return to the car. The video below shows a BIG difference from that first attempt!

But you can see that it is still hard for her: rather than looking right up at Brandy after eating, as she did in her yard, it takes her seconds the entire window of opportunity to offer the respective next start button. At this stage, we plateaued for a while. She could usually eat the scatter, and it relaxed her nicely.

Post scatter, we gave her a second 5-second window to offer eye contact. Success in environment 1! Gidget only needed ONE scatter during these ten reps, even though it was a windy noisy! The second place Brandy tried was also relatively calm — but there was more traffic.

She looked relieved. The video below is from the first field trip to environment 2. This is her opting out. Brandy reads her well, and takes her back to the car right away. We knew that Gidget really enjoyed her hikes.

She had a great time exploring nature trails with Brandy and her Poodle sister Kona, sniffing all the things, looking for critters … Gidget genuinely likes hiking, and her body language shows it! Look at her tail carriage, the happy face, how she runs with a bounce in her step, and how proudly she carries her tail!

Only Gidget can tell us what is the right approach for Gidget! I asked Brandy to show me what walking away from the car in environment 2 looked like if she clearly took the lead:. Not being given a choice — like Brandy used to do pre — ended up working better for Gidget than being asked to voluntarily opt in.

In the end, we are making dogs live in a world designed by and for humans. And it is going to be the human who ends up making all of the above choices for their dog. is different for every one of us. One dog owner may think that hiking matters more than freedom of choice, and vice versa, and neither one would be wrong: there simply is no objective answer, no matter how much we wish there was.

I know humans like Gidget. It is indeed scary and unpredictable. And just like Gidget, there are humans who know that the world is a scary and unpredictable, overwhelming place to inhabit. If anything, it makes things worse.

However, it is certainly easier to exist in the world if we can make ourselves feel safe. No questions asked.

Maybe they will be easier to answer for our own species than for dogs. Maybe we can tap into a shared human experience, and find some answers. They have a hard time doing something fun if the bridge between the status quo and the potentially fun goal involves a decision to step out of a safe space.

Yes — this is certainly true, even if not universally so. As a child, I used to be scared of making phone calls. Even phone calls to set up a playdate with my best friend.

The whole situation was stressful. I kept asking my parents to make these phone calls for me instead. But the rules were clear, no matter how much I pleaded: I had to call myself, or there would be no play date. I remember the feeling vividly, even today.

Which is interesting given how many years have passed! Back in the day, I would usually try to bargain and beg, but end up making the call myself. It would always be highly stressful.

Day after day, week after week, year after year. The adult I am is not a human like Gidget — quite the opposite. I like climbing abandoned buildings, and I sometimes dream of being a war journalist. I like working with them, thinking about them, learning from them, and earning their trust.

I prefer making calls to answering them. And I very much prefer written or in-person communication to phone calls overall. Two reasons. Here, listening to my opt-out making the phone call for me would have been a better approach.

I suspect the actual playdate was always too far away in time in order for me to get counterconditioned change my feelings about phone calls about setting it up in the first place. We keep pretending that humans are able to learn from reinforcers that are far removed in time — but truly, are we?

When I was a kid, my mom would often visit her relatives on weekends. My dad would prefer to stay home. Both wanted me to be with them and share their weekend.

And the choice was mine: did I want to go see the big family, or do fun things with dad? I remember it felt torturous. For this particular example, reinforcing a strong recall and rewarding a lack of reaction would be a good starting point while also using management techniques.

Also, understanding behavior change takes time, patience, and consistency is key. Behavior is fluid, we all have good and bad days.

Revisiting step one periodically, to make sure your dog is still physically well, is necessary as well. Pausing and slowing down before moving onto tier four can be helpful when assessing how things are going and if changes need to be made.

This step involves incorporating the skills we taught the dog out of context and generalizing them into the problematic context. For the example of the dog barking at the fence, we can reinforce eye contact, nose targeting, grabbing a toy, or laying on a mat instead of barking.

However, these behaviors need to be trained in a calm and non-distracting environment before gradually introducing your dog to a more distracting environment.

Be careful of expecting too much too soon from your dog. At this tier, we hit the stop sign. These are the things that might be perceived by the learner as aversive. We might not be adding the aversives as a consequence yet, but taking away something that was reinforcing to them does fall into this category.

Going back to the previous tiers is required. Tier six is behind another stop sign. This is where we add in an aversive consequence to make the behavior less likely to occur in the future. Once your pet has reliably learned the behavior, you want to switch to intermittent reinforcement.

By understanding positive reinforcement training, you'll see that you're not forever bound to carry a pocketful of goodies. Your dog will soon be working for your verbal praise, because they want to please you and know that, occasionally, they'll get a treat too.

Context is everything. How to Find a Dog Trainer. Just say "yes" to training your dog with treats, toys and praise. Top 10 pet tips. Get Your Copy. Timing is everything Correct timing is essential when using positive reinforcement training.

When to use positive reinforcement THE GOOD Positive reinforcement training is great for teaching your dog cues and it's also a good way of reinforcing good behavior. You may have your dog sit: before letting them outside which helps prevent door-darting before petting them which helps prevent jumping on people before feeding them which helps teach good mealtime manners Give them a pat or a "good dog" for lying quietly by your feet or slip a treat into a Kong-type toy when they chew that instead of your shoe.

THE BAD Be careful that you don't accidentally use positive reinforcement training to reward unwanted behaviors. Shaping behavior It can take time for your dog to learn certain behaviors.

Types of rewards Positive reinforcement training can include food treats, praise, petting, or a favorite toy or game. A treat should be enticing and irresistible to your pet. Experiment a bit to see which treats work best.

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Are the guests talking to Gidget, patting their legs, giving him eye contact, or reaching towards him? Next, ask yourself what happens after consequence the behavior of jumping up. Do the guests pet him, push him off, or do you intervene and pull Gidget away?

The consequence will affect whether or not Gidget is likely to perform the behavior again in the future. How do we fix this? In order to change behavior, we must find clever ways to alter the conditions - or change the antecedent and consequence.

It sets him up for success. Attention, petting, or eye contact for alternative behavior practiced ahead of time. Changing the consequence ensures that Gidget is only being reinforced for desired behaviors. These desired behaviors will become more likely to occur the more he practices them.

If you are seeing an undesired behavior continue to occur consistently, it means something in the environment is reinforcing it whether or not we realize it. In this case, the guest may believe they are punishing the jump, but they have actually reinforced it.

Carefully altering the antecedent and consequence of a behavior will ensure that your dog is only being rewarded for the behaviors we like.

At Clickstart Dog Training Academy, we do everything we can to set you and your dog up for success. ABCs of training apply to human learning, too!

Simple one-word commands can be used in many situations and can help to keep your dog safe and attentive to your commands. Start with easy commands like sit, stay, or paw. Reward quickly for each successful attempt.

Once your dog is confident demonstrating these basic commands, you can start to apply them to new situations. For example, using the like-sit command when guests come over will be challenging for excited dogs, but it will help to keep them calm and prevent behaviors like jumping.

In time, that behavior will become second nature, and your dog may start new interactions with this action. Make sure that you continue to praise this behavior well after it is learned.

A simple good dog or a pat on the head will let them know that they are doing the right thing. To make dog treat training fun, you have to have fun treats. Find your dog's favorite in The Best Training Treats for Dogs. Walking your dog beside or at least very close to you will give you more control over your dog's safety.

This is called loose-leash walking. Whether you are at a dog park, on a walk, or in a pet store, you can keep your dog safer if they are close to you and paying attention to your movement. Directing them by not letting them lead is a great way to teach this. Force-free training tips for loose- leash walking uses both hand signals positive reinforcement and negative punishment.

When your dog pulls, stop and casually walk in a different direction. For more tips on good walking hand signals behavior, check out How to Stop Your Dog From Pulling on Leash.

Teaching them to stay calm until you are ready to give attention can be tricky, but with some repetition, not impossible.

Using the P- technique, ignore your dog. He may jump, bark, roll or do anything to get your attention. Once he calms himself, sits, or otherwise stops the unwanted behavior, then you can reward him.

For some dogs, this can be 15 minutes or more, for others, it could be an hour. By not reacting to them and only rewarding the good behaviors, your dog will learn that calm, quiet behavior is correct.

No one said that crate training your dog would be easy. The fact is, some dogs require more training than others. Whether you are handling a new puppy, a fearful rescue , or an easily excitable dog, working with a professional trainer will get you there more efficiently.

When asked about what to look for in a trainer, Joanna recommends doing some research about the trainer and the classes they offer. Look for a trainer with these letters behind their name to tell you if they have the proper certification:. This refers to an experienced professional dog trainer that must stick to the highest codes of conduct and must be committed to only giving the highest levels of teaching your dog and dog training education.

To obtain this certification, trainers must complete hundreds of hours of training under the supervision of a Certified Professional Dog Trainers, as well as take an intensive exam to test their knowledge.

Finding the course and trainer that best suits your dog will ensure a more successful training experience and training class. You may have options for group classes, one-on-one, or even at-home visits to make sure that training your dog is set up for success.

Once you find a trainer and a class that suits your dog, make sure that you ask about what you need to bring or do to prepare for your puppy training classes. There are some important tools that you should bring to every class.

Your trainer may also recommend specific equipment to help you and your dog learn. Not a martingale, slip lead or choke chain. A flat well-fitting nylon collar. Avoid anything that tightens or pinches.

This type of reinforcement training technique is not compatible with force-free training. Not a retractable lead, just standard nylon. This gives you more control and keeps your dog safer, not to mention close enough to easily get started their attention.

Make sure they are treats that your dog loves. Opt for small treats, or treats that you can cut into tiny pieces. This will prevent overfeeding them during the house training classes.

If you are in a group setting, avoid toys that will be disruptive to other dogs. A ball or a stuffy will do the trick. Even if your dog is food motivated, a toy is a nice change of pace when your dog starts to lose focus in the living room.

A Ziploc bag in your pocket will work, but a treat pouch is the best for quick and timely rewarding. You will be doing a lot of rewards, so come fully stocked. Extra picky dogs may need something out of the ordinary, like hot dogs or cheese, to keep them attentive.

Harnesses are a good idea if your dog tends to choke themselves by pulling. If you are not familiar with dog harnesses, ask your new trainer what style they would recommend for your dog. Go into puppy training classes and clicker training with the mindset of success. Your dog will feel your stress, anxiety, and frustrations.

Every dog is a different type, and your trainer will ensure that your dog gets the most out of their classes. There is no shame in needing help. Positive reinforcement training is great for teaching your dog cues and it's also a good way of reinforcing good behavior. You may have your dog sit:.

Give them a pat or a "good dog" for lying quietly by your feet or slip a treat into a Kong-type toy when they chew that instead of your shoe.

Be careful that you don't accidentally use positive reinforcement training to reward unwanted behaviors. For example, if you let your dog outside every time they bark at a noise in the neighborhood, you're giving a reward access to the yard for behavior you want to discourage.

It can take time for your dog to learn certain behaviors. You may need to use a technique called "shaping," which means reinforcing something close to the desired response and then gradually requiring more from your dog before they get a treat.

For example, if you're teaching your dog to "shake," you may initially reward them for lifting a paw off the ground, then for lifting it higher, then for touching your hand, then for letting you hold their paw and finally, for actually "shaking hands" with you.

Positive reinforcement training can include food treats, praise, petting, or a favorite toy or game. Since most dogs are highly food-motivated, food treats work especially well for training. If your dog isn't as motivated by food treats, a toy, petting or brief play can also be very effective rewards.

When your pet is learning a new behavior, reward them every time they demonstrate that behavior. This is called continuous reinforcement. Once your pet has reliably learned the behavior, you want to switch to intermittent reinforcement. By understanding positive reinforcement training, you'll see that you're not forever bound to carry a pocketful of goodies.

Your dog will soon be working for your verbal praise, because they want to please you and know that, occasionally, they'll get a treat too.

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