Waltham, MA, January 18, 2006—The champion freestyle duo, Attila Szkukalek and his Border collie Fly, will perform their dazzling routines live at ClickerExpo in Newport, Rhode Island, on March 31, April 1, and April 2, 2006.
Waltham, MA, December 1, 2005 —ClickerExpo, the world's only clicker training conference, has just earned an unparalleled success rate. Most recently held in Minneapolis, MN, November 4-6, an unprecedented 99% of attendees who returned a survey reported that ClickerExpo Minneapolis "met expectations," "exceeded expectations," or was a "wow!" experience (the highest rating available).
Clicker Puppy, the new, groundbreaking teaching DVD that demonstrates successful, unrehearsed puppy training performed solely by children, is winning accolades from top dog trainers and even social workers across the US and Canada. Clicker Puppy, which was recently nominated for the Training Excellence Award for 2005 by the International Positive Dog Training Association, will now be more widely distributed to parenting and pet outlets including stores, catalogs, and e-tailers in the US, through Karen Pryor Clickertraining, a leading source of dog training information, products, and services.
Waltham, MA, March 12, 2005 — Karen Pryor Clickertraining (KPCT) announces a breakthrough content solution for pet-oriented websites. Through Clicker Connectâ„¢, website owners can now automatically show top content from clickertraining.com on their own sites. The service is free and available now. With interest in the powerful technique of clicker training growing and the field advancing, the service boosts pet-oriented websites' appeal by offering visitors unique, high-quality content with a minimum of hassle and at no cost. Information on the site is produced by Karen Pryor Clickertraining, the most visited and trusted education and product source for clicker training on the Internet.
Waltham, MA (PRWEB) March 18, 2005 -- In Click to Calm, author and Canine Behavioral Consultant Emma Parsons uniquely and effectively addresses canine aggression through an all-positive reinforcement approach based on the principles of clicker training, which she studied and practiced with noted Behavioral Biologist, trainer and author Karen Pryor.