Clicker Dog Training Resources

So, you're ready, willing and able to start training your Sheltie? YAY!

While clicker training is a relatively easy concept, the timing, creativity in teaching the dog, and understanding the principles are really important.

Below I've put links to online stores so you can buy whatever you need to be successful in training our dog in record time.

Some items you should be able to get in your local pet store, but just in case you can’t find them, or if you are like me, always pressed for time, they are here at your fingertips.

Watch Basic Clicker Training With One Of My Pups

The Basics of Clicker Dog Training

I found a few different types of treat bags to hold the food while training. It’s a matter of personal preference. I like the smaller ones that clip to my pants.

Treat Bags to Tickle Your Fancy

As I mentioned in my video, I like to cut small pieces of food rolls to fill the treat bag.

You could as easily cut tiny pieces of hard cheese, cooked meat (easier for you to handle if it's cooked) or carrots if that is what your dog likes.

An Assortment of Food Rolls...

Amazon has a variety. Just click here.

Clickers should be easy to find, but just in case....

Amazon has some of them as well. Just click here.

And Last But Not Least, Some Books.....

Lots to look over here on Amazon. Just click here.

For those of you unfamiliar with the history of clicker training, it was initially developed by Karen Pryor who used it to train whales. As you can guess, if it worked with an animal that is impossible to control physically just by its sheer size, it can also work for canines.

You can train a myriad of animals using the clicker method, but it has become well known for dogs over the past several decades.

If you’d like your information and supplies straight from the trainer's mouth here it is:

It's kinda like being a kid in a candy store. So much under one virtual "roof".  I hope you have lots of fun working with your dog.

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