When you bring your new puppy or dog home, teach him to sit whenever he approaches you or other people. Keep treats in your pocket and randomly ask for the sit.
Clicker Training Blog
Training your dog is one of the activities that will enrich your bond the most, but it can also be very frustrating.
Nessie, my miniature poodle offers this advice for dogs who are planning to bring their humans to ClickerExpo!
My students are anti-homework, so I suggest they find time throughout the day for training moments.
Don't mind your dog giving a woof or two when people pass or approach the house—but want him to stop when you've got the message?
The "Red Light, Green Light" game can be a great game to control excited, screaming children who are running away from a silly, nipping puppy. Stop the kids then stop the dog.
Our dogs train us because they have better observation skills and more patience. They can tell by our body language when we are about to give in!