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Does your puppy get bewildered? Or does your puppy catch on pretty quick?

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Heaps of persons keep off on clicker training if they have a number of dogs in their house. Is this the appropriate choice. In this video I will give you the reply!

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  1. Hi Zak, my dogs don't confuse easily. When they're confused I reevaluate the way I communicate to them.

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  2. My 12 year old lab and 2 year old Aussi are both very smart. Although Pilgrim is just lazy at times, but he is old so unless it is important I let it go. He is a good dog and easily pleased. Dolly gets it easily but I swear she was a redhead in another life! Lol I know because I am one.

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  3. I have a 6 year old Corgi cross and a 6 month old Amstaff cross. Scrappi, the corgi, is SO SO SO cluey and smart and gets most things so easily. If he's fast asleep and you whisper near him "Scrappi do you wanna…" (go for a walkies) he will jump awake and run around wagging his tail and trying to get me to go to my shoes. Little Monty however hasn't learnt all of those things yet which is pretty funny.

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  4. I  have 2 puppies. One a pit mix (13 wks) and one a shepherd lab mix ( just rescued 8wks). Both very intelligent they usually get it when I'm training them. The problem i'm having is that they do what I want, say sit, but they paw me first to get the treat. Of course they don't get the treat until they stop doing that and just sit. Either they are confused or it's me : ) Yet they still paw first.

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  5. I have 2 gsds and I couldn't train 1 without the other they're both so attentive and we have so much more fun when we're together training and playing as a pack! Love your vids like I said before you're a huge inspiration for me and I am so looking forward to becoming a future positive trainer x

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  6. Training question: I have 2 dogs. One is older, female, very relaxed all the time, and have limited ability for tons of physical activity and I would like to work on some training with her. My other dog is a younger, male dog with TONS of energy, and does have many behaviors I would love to work on with positive training. My younger dog always wants to be around my older one, and both are jealous when I spend individual time with the other. How do I go about effectively training both dogs, and teach them to obey in the presence of each other, or on their own? My younger dog will not leave my older dog alone (obsessive licking, in her face constantly, attempting to play or push her around when he comes in contact with her 100% of the time) and I have had to keep them separated for a month now. Help!

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  7. I don't have a dog 🙂

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  8. what do you think about clickers made to click 2 different dogs? (by making 2 different sounds?)

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  9. I have a mini genius <3

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  10. My Aussie is so smart it's scary. She totally gets everything I teach her, and even picks things up from my family's behaviors. 🙂 if I had two dogs, I would totally clicker train both! And eventually both at the same time!

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  11. The only time that he will get confused is when I ask him to do some tricks for his dinner. He's so excited for his food that sometimes he isn't listening. Most of the time I'm able to get him to do what I ask, but it takes a little more encouragement. 😀

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  12. I totally agree!

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  13. My dog learns pretty quickly, it takes him an average of 2-5 minutes to pick up a new trick or individual step to a trick as long as I'm engaging. When around other dogs I can click him and he knows that I was clicking him and not the other dog and vice versa.

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  14. I start a new task with my dogs individually and then I train them together. I don't use a clicker.

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  15. My dogs (6 at a time) poodles, know their names, So I task them by name. I line them up randomly with "anybody want a treat"? and they come running. Then, I have them sit. The game starts when all are in a 'sit'. I call a name, that dog comes forward, we do a sit, sit up or "chachacha" via treat, and they get the treat then go sit down. It's a little sloppy at first (every time) but they catch on that they only get paid a treat when it's done right. They are so happy with this.

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  16. youtube.com/watch?v=MfRrBH_beX8

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  17. Get it

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  18. I agree, they do learn quickly. Some may take a little longer, as they are individuals. But they do learn quickly.

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  19. If my dog gets confused I'm doing something wrong.

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  20. I clicker train both my dog and my pony, but when I'm training them both at the same time they understand who is getting clicked and who isn't. they seem to learn from each other too – the other day I was teaching my pony to lift up his hoof on cue and my dog saw that he was getting rewarded for that so she offered me her paw! I thought that was really cute 🙂 great video

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