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Clicker Coaching or Verbal Marker Coaching / which is greatest for your pet dog?



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Marker education is an intricate portion of a prosperous pet dog education program. Clickers and verbal markers can both of those be made use of but is one particular superior than the other?
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  1. fart noises lol

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  2. Hi, I have a doberman and he has a really high prey drive. We live in the country side so there are a lot of rabbits etc. We take him walks and let him of leash sometimes he comes back and other times he doesn't because he's sniffing out rabbits and eating the poo. We feel we need to let him of because he is a big dog and needs a good run. But he is getting worse with recall now and he doesn't come back and sometimes runs to far away. What would you recommend to help stop him doing this

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  3. I just hate the sound of clickers, and use a verbal marker. I use the same markers as the commenter who mentioned Micheal Ellis-I just wasn’t able to reply directly to his comment…

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  4. He's BACK ! I look forward to these! A clicker frees the person from his/her emotions and makes you pay attention to the dog all the time… not your own emotions !

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  5. Fart noises to mark… Check 😋

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  6. Hi Larry.
    Great videos, been using ur principles alot, keep it up.
    Idea for a future video something that might help others, how do u teach ur dogs to obey for example, ur sit command and hold it until other command is given?
    I realize u give ur dogs a command and they hold it and wait until next command.
    my dog have no problem in bursting out of a down command etc.
    Shes not very old tho at 16weeks but would be nice with a video to help me and others train this from pup

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  7. Totally agree. I use both but like you use a clicker coupled with the YES marker for complex stuff. Very well explained Larry ,Thank you 🙂

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  8. Great video. I have a question I have a 9 week goldendoodle and he is very intelligent and is picking right up on most training however we are having massive problems with crate training. I have had oodles of dogs and have crate all of them but he is not getting it. Almost everytime he pees and a lot of times pooping in it. I’m taking him out every hour and he does potty outside every time. I’ve cut his food and water down to twice a day unless we are outside playing then he has water. His crate is the appropriate size , I actually even went down to a crate that really is to small but it didn’t help. He also doesn’t sleep through the night, we are up at least 4-5 times a night. I’m having to bath on a minimum three times a day. I have never had a puppy do this after a day or so. We started crate training when we got him at 6 weeks. I’m not scolding him, I just clean it up and take him out and praise and treat every time he goes outside. Also I want to mention he will pee while laying on a pillow on the couch and just lay there ( it doesn’t seem to bother him) and he pees on the couch if he’s up there playing and sometimes it’s within 15 minutes of coming in the house. Any suggestions would be so much appreciated!

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  9. First I would like to say I love your videos Larry , I'm in school to get my professional trainer diploma , I love dogs since I can remember , I also remember being bitten by multiple breeds , and multiple times back in Hungary where I'm from , because "old school" training was different , hars and not so good 🙁 I also was young too so I didn't know a lot about the psychology behind the technique . To keep it short I personally do not like clickers , I prefer energy float between the dog and mu self , I use markers with my dogs and food , and I also do puppy culture as soon as they cross my home . I learn so much from you , thank you for being so pure and thank you for putting differences out there. Larry you ROCK !!!!!

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  10. I use both precisely for the same reason. When I want excitement – verbal, when I need more concentration and focus – clicker.

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  11. 10,000 thanks for these videos. I am working with great trainers but I need more training tools for my German Shepard Dog. If it wasn’t for these videos I would have given up last year when I started the service dog journey..

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  12. Mango Chanelle 😉

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  13. I personally hate clickers. I use Michael Ellis marker system with "yes" as a terminal bridge, "good" as a duration cue, and "no" or, "nope".

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