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Aged and Engaged

AGED AND ENGAGEDLORI STEVENS Although we can’t stop the aging process, we can often slow down some of its mental and physical effects. With regular fitness training dogs can...

Cat Trick Training

Why let dogs have all the fun?! In ClickerExpo’s first-ever cat-centric Learning Lab, Melissa Millett will take you through the underlying principles of training cats (hint:...

The Counting Game

Simple ✅ Fun ✅ Effective ✅ This training game checks all the boxes! In the video below, you’ll see Chirag Patel use The Counting Game to teach a “drop” behavior, “follow me,”...

Building Behavior Through Shaping

Some of the most common questions about clicker training are about obtaining new, desirable behavior to mark and reinforce. At ClickerExpo LIVE, Laura VanArendonk Baugh will...

Dancing with Horses

Join Peggy Hogan for her ClickerExpo LIVE Dances with Horses - Moving at Liberty Dem-OH! Session as she (and a few of her horse-trainer friends) demonstrate how horses have...

Viewing Human Mistakes as Feedback

As positive reinforcement trainers, we don’t dwell on an animal’s mistakes or punish them, we set up the environment to increase the likelihood for success the next time. But...

ClickerExpo 2020 Sneak Peek

Here’s your sneak peek at the 2020 ClickerExpo program from Ken Ramirez! Hear some of the many new and exciting things about the Seattle and Louisville events....

Free is Highly Reinforcing!

Gotta love free and low-cost toys - like this cardboard box that is highly reinforcing to these adorable service puppies in training! Trainers too find low-cost and no-cost...

The Voluntary Sharing Protocol

In this video, ClickerExpo 2019 speaker Leslie McDevitt demonstrates the Voluntary Sharing protocol. When Ever lowers her head, Sage can have a treat. When Ever is sitting on...

Chin Rest for Suture Removal

Good medical health underpins good behavioral health, but many pets and their owners dread a visit to the groomer or vet. In this video, ClickerExpo 2019 speaker Laura Monaco...

Raising Fearless Puppies

Proper socialization is essential for a healthy, happy family dog, yet socialization is one of the most misunderstood and under-utilized concepts among pet owners. Instead of...

Give Training Back to the Animals

Open wide! Watch as Chirag Patel teaches Cody to cooperate in his own care by opening his mouth for inspection and dental work. Cody is now ready for the training conversation...

What A Cue Can Do

Start the new year off right with a foundation of successful training, cueing! Effective cueing is essential for maximizing clarity and achieving reliable responses. Kathy...

A Puppy on a Platform

Platform training is an important foundation for shaping the skills needed in competition. Watch as this adorable puppy learns to offer variety in behavior using a platform....

Start Buttons in Teeter Training

What a great start button behavior!  Watch as Scout dips her head to let Eva and Emelie know she is ready for the teeter to move or make a bang when hitting the ground. By...

Breaking it Down

There is a saying, “Training the dog is the easy part. It’s the human that’s the challenge.” Both people and animals learn best when skills are broken down into manageable...

Nosework

Nosework is one of the fastest growing dog sports in the U.S and clicker training offers powerful tools for being successful by clarifying what exactly is being reinforced....

Horse Playing “Catch”

Training should be fun for the trainer and the learner! Watch as Panda, a miniature horse Alexandra Kurland trained to be a guide for the blind, plays her favorite game,...

Aging Dogs: Functioning for Life

As dogs age, they slow down just as we do. Many dogs lose the ability to function in daily activities, like going up and down stairs, which is partially due to muscle...

Capturing Small Success Points

We don’t advocate flooding techniques with an animal learner. So why would we overwhelm an animal or handler with too many steps at once? In this video, Laura Monaco Torelli...

Clicker-Training Horses

As positive reinforcement trainers, we continually search for ways to create great partnerships with our horses. Watch this little horse “give permission” to examine his teeth...

How do you Measure Relationships?

How do you define and measure “a good relationship” with the animals you work with? Are relationships just about reinforcement history? In this segment from ClickerExpo 2018,...

Sneak Peek: Fit for Life

Fitness is important for your dog’s health, and doing fitness exercises with your dog is fun and enriching for both of you! Join Lori Stevens at ClickerExpo Portland or...

Backing Up

Teaching dogs to back up in conjunction with or independently from a handler is a vital skill for competition! Watch this incredible musical routine by three-time...

Precise Heeling

When you see a team, like Hannah Branigan and Rugby, moving together in sync, heeling looks almost like a dance. Flashy, top-scoring heeling requires fluent understanding of...

The “Back Up” Sit

Emma Parsons demonstrates a great foundation behavior, the “Back Up” Sit.  When trained properly, backing up becomes the cue to turn and sit front. If a reactive dog begins to...

Shaping

What's new at ClickerExpo 2019? A brand-new course format, TeamTaught, where a small team of faculty present distinct perspectives on a single theme. In TeamTaught: The...

Voluntary Sharing

Here's a sneak peek from one of Leslie McDevitt's new ClickerExpo courses, Reactive to Relaxed: What's Next in Control Unleashed. Attendees will learn about new protocols and...

Dog Safety Video

If you’re bringing your dog to ClickerExpo for the first time (or even the fifth!), make sure to review this important information. Please watch this video about dog safety at...

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