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Guide Dogs for the Blind: Puppy Raising Clicker Trial

Guide Dogs for the Blind, serving individuals across the US and Canada, has just announced that preparation is underway to launch a puppy raising trial program using clicker training techniques. The first Puppy Program Clicker Trial will commence in early 2008 using approximately 25 new puppies entering the program.

Over the past four years, the Training Department at Guide for the Blind (GDB) has skillfully utilized clicker techniques and fully appreciates the exceptional outcomes of using this powerful training tool. In the past year, GDB has successfully expanded the use of clicker training with students and alumni, and continues to assess other program areas that may benefit from clicker techniques. (Post continues....click "read more" below.)

Earn CEUs from Karen Pryor Academy!

Great news! You can now earn CEUs for IAABC and CPDT by enrolling in the Karen Pryor Academy Dog Trainer Program! Along with all the other benefits — a great education, business training, marketing support and more — you can add CEUs (22 for CPDT and 20 for IAABC)! 

Learn more about Karen Pryor Academy:

NEW: Karen Pryor Academy and Dog Trainer Certification Program

We're thrilled to announce Karen Pryor Academy for Animal Training & Behavior, an innovative approach to teaching created by the best minds in clicker training today, and available across and the United States and Canada.

Post YouTube videos to your Clickertraining.com blog!

You can now post videos from YouTube or any other video-sharing site to your blog on clickertraining.com! Just create a new blog entry, click "disable rich-text" below the editor, paste the "embed" code into your post, the click "submit."

For example, here's a hog doing weave poles!

If you have any trouble, please comment below and I will answer so we can share the solutions.

Clicker training jokes and one-liners

A MySpace blogger has posted a series of jokes that play on clicker training ... and then others started chiming in. So it got me thinking ... Heard any good clicker training jokes lately? (Read on for some jokes to get you started)