Cat toilet training, final step

Cat toilet training, final step

After 6weeks later, I am confidence to say, the training is done! I might leave this green tray for her. It is easy to seat for her and it does not have litter for me, so win win situation. I am so happy the litter drops gone forever! Disgusting litter odder gone forever! my expensive vet bill gone down! My cleaning house came back to normal! yay! I am so thanks to my cat spice, done so well, and did not had any accident for this whole training. I am the lucky one!

Cat Training: No More Door Dashing

Cat Training: No More Door Dashing

This is a “How to” video for training a cat to stay at the door and not bolt out when the door is open. Cats can be trained to do the same type of behaviors as dogs. My cat Sabrina is 11 years old and I only started clicker training with her about 3 years ago. I don’t work with her as often as I should. Cats are very smart, they can learn and they enjoy learning. The key is to find something that is motivating to your cat. If you are using food, then make sure you do not leave out your cats food. This is called “Free Feeding” and is not an effective way to feed your cat if you are trying to train her using clicker training. Make sure you train your cat when she is hungry. I like to train my cat when it is her dinner time. Use high value treats when training your cat. I use Fancy Feast as that is Sabrina’s favorite cat food, but it is not a healthy cat food, so she only gets this food during training.

What you will find on this channel… Dog training tips, clicker training, “How To” train dog trick tutorials as well as “How To” videos on helping dogs with behavior problems.

I am very good at responding to questions and would love to help you train your dog in any way that I can.

I offer online classes in Clicker Training Basics, Canine Freestyle, and Play-N-Train Recalls.

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Cat Clicker Training In Action

Cat Clicker Training In Action

As Karen provides commentary on a cat training video, she reviews many of the basic clicker training ideas. Watch as clicker trainer Catherine Crawmer goes through these basics of clicker training with a rescued cat.

Clicker Magic has long been a classic video for learning the concepts of clicker training. Karen Pryor teaches you all the techniques and essentials you need in order to have your pet clicker trained in no time! There are 20 live demonstrations by Karen and other top trainers. See how it works with young and old dogs, cats, a mule, and even a fish! Long considered the standard, Clicker Magic provides a solid introduction and inspiring, fantastic footage.

“Clicker training” is the popular term for the training or teaching method based on what we know about how living organisms learn.

Research has shown that any creature—whether a dog, cat, dolphin, parrot, fish, horse, llama, or person—is more likely to learn and repeat actions that result in consequences it desires and enjoys. So clicker trainers provide consequences desired by their animal in exchange for actions or behaviors desired by their trainers.

We call these consequences “rewards” and the process is called “reinforcement.” Clicker training, therefore, is a positive-reinforcement-based system of training.

First widely used by dolphin trainers who needed a way to teach behavior without using physical force, operant conditioning (the scientific term for clicker training) can be and has been successfully employed with animals of all sizes and species, both domesticated and wild, young and old; all breeds of dogs and puppies, cats, birds, leopards, rats, rabbits, chinchillas, fish, and more.

Clicker trainers who learn the underlying principles have at their disposal a powerful set of tools that enable them to analyze behaviors, modify existing methods for individual animals, and create new methods where none previously existed. This flexibility allows the tools of clicker training to be re-invented in new forms that work in a range of situations, and for an infinite variety of animals.

The same principles have also been applied to training for athletes, dancers, skaters, and other people. Called “TAGteach,” this form of training uses a click as a marker signal to teach precise physical motions quickly, accurately, and positively.

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