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Old 09-23-2012, 04:46 PM
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Default Kikopup videos (help?)

So I have watched a few kikopup videos and I really like them. But it's hard for me to find the right "order" if that makes sense. For instance, if you had never done clicker training before, what initial videos should I watch and in what order? (For example, loading clicker, sit, stay, come, loose leash, lie down, etc).
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Old 09-23-2012, 04:51 PM
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I watch her videos, but I don't use the clicker. You can use the same concept, but not necessarily with the same tools.

As far as the order in which to try them out, start as small as possible to get the basic idea to the dog, whether it is CLICK is good or PRAISE is good, or you're just a fun person to be around. Then work your way up from there to basic commands whether you are capturing them or actively shaping/luring them.

I'm sure the actual trainers on Chaz can embellish.

But I don't use a clicker, and the idea still works. It just depends on how quick you are with your actions/words. Not everyone can get in there super quick for a praise, and I think that's where the clicker comes in. It can be quicker and more efficient in many cases.
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Old 09-23-2012, 05:03 PM
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- How to clicker?

http://youtu.be/_wv1uvvqaSw

- How to add verbal cue

http://youtu.be/mwDeqslHWbg

- How to fade a lure

http://youtu.be/19SZTwQkpEw

- Load the clicker

http://youtu.be/HKHk-6nReTk

- Default behaviors

http://youtu.be/UCwh7_SjUVM

- No mugging the hand

http://youtu.be/C4IzTn-kMU0

- Default leave it

http://youtu.be/PRT6r6d79OU (general)

http://youtu.be/pEeS2dPpPtA (leave it exercise 1)

http://youtu.be/7My9gMIEyiE (leave it exercise 2: eye contact)

http://youtu.be/D9gTe0jPJbU (puppy leave it)

- Positive interrupter (look at me/stop what you are doing) = “*kiss-kiss*“

http://youtu.be/TBvPaqMZyo8

http://youtu.be/TJSGda3b3wA (puppy)

- Eye contact

http://youtu.be/eiMGJBxRtBw

- Puppy recall

http://youtu.be/rjd99MlmqqI

- Stop mouthing/biting (teeth never touch hands. proper response to reaching hands)

http://youtu.be/c77—cCHPyU

- House training

http://youtu.be/QvPiFcG7ROI

eliminating on cue http://www.sue-eh.ca/page24/page35/

- Touch finger = “Touch” .. also Target object,people, pencil etc..:

http://youtu.be/RWSJVwZybwo

- Teaching his/her name

http://youtu.be/KwPPIxC0J5s

- Teach proper greeting/stop jumping up

http://youtu.be/lC_OKgQFgzw

- Capturing Calmness (reinforcing settling when ignored on lead)

http://youtu.be/wesm2OpE_2c

- release cue/stand/sit/down

http://youtu.be/Vk4PPcE1CqY

- Come

http://youtu.be/PL9Rk-8KF9I

- Come w/ added distractions

http://youtu.be/tV5qsH5tjYA

http://youtu.be/CYWC8aDe5_w ( puppies)

- Default loose lead walking (regular loose lead/sit when stopped walk)

http://youtu.be/sFgtqgiAKoQ

http://youtu.be/NT8VDgR_Koo

- cue to go sniff/play/release into environment

http://youtu.be/5Kt_pi1z1sA

- Building attention (attention games)

http://youtu.be/aTSuPk2Ccjo

- Leave it for food etc.. on walks/on command= “Leave it“

http://youtu.be/zNAOe1djDyc

- Crate training

http://youtu.be/dUzF0g0PwY4

- people/dogs on walk

(sit when stop. ignore people/other dogs. technically CGC practices)

http://youtu.be/N-wNloG4Mks

http://youtu.be/8D84UIzt3HM

- Walking manners

(general ignoring other dogs exercise)

http://youtu.be/JY7JrteQBOQ

- Default Backing up into heel position as response

to tight lead.

http://youtu.be/k4LoPU1g310

- Building confidence (Floor surfaces)

http://youtu.be/wUUY-ewQQnY

- Handling exercises

http://youtu.be/AElTVoIPlOw

-Fetch
http://youtu.be/726K56xzKJY

- Tug/Drop: Polite Play

http://youtu.be/x9mPoWuvnLg

http://youtu.be/hInjqMSOYgs


- Go to mat /commands from distance-drop at recall/drop at heel

http://youtu.be/1f_OZto3FvM
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Old 09-23-2012, 05:04 PM
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^ that's the order I would go in for the basics.. which I believe are all there lol you can skip a few that are kind of puppy specific.
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You can tell Fran's getting a puppy LOL
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You can tell Fran's getting a puppy LOL
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Old 09-23-2012, 06:46 PM
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YUP! LOL I feel like if I over prepare.. maybe I won't have a nervous breakdown 2 weeks into puppy ownership

I've never had a puppy before guys!! LOL IT'S SCARY!
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Old 09-24-2012, 08:45 AM
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Lol!! Thanks guys!! Fran you are awesome! Lyzelle, that's really interesting doing it w/out the clicker. I've always just trained my dogs with treats and praise.
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Old 09-24-2012, 08:59 AM
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Holy shiznit Fran! I was going to respond to this, but you have it covered. x 1 million. Also, you rock.
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