Positive Reinforcement Dog Training

A collaboration with Miki Saito www.markandreward.com


You may download for free, and share, with credit to Miki Saito & Lili Chin www.doggiedrawings.net


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The way I see it - this overview of Positive Reinforcement Dog Training introduces people to a view of DOG TRAINING as something that is fun, healthy and essential to the relationship between two species who don't speak the same language. The typical view of Dog Training is that it's something you do to fix problems or to change your dog, or to avoid getting sued; or that it is like teaching superfluous tricks and skills, but Positive Reinforcement Dog Training is so much more than this. The bottom line is that you are bonding with your dog and working on your communication skills and relationship.

  • bluebriard 3y

    I like that you show the 3 important basic learned skills:
    Impulse Control, Trust and Self Confidence...that is beautiful!
    Elisabeth Weiss
  • lili chin PRO 3y

    Elisabeth - Miki was responsible for all the text. I just did the drawings :) But yes! I agree with you on the 3 main skills.
  • the dog shouterer 3y

    Aw, this makes me feel good, my pup does all three of the above positive behaviors. At least with me. :)
  • lou's hullabaloo 3y

    Lovely, my little chap has a way to go, though!
  • Tricia 3y

    Wonderful! We started clicker training a few weeks ago. The dogs love it and we're all having fun.
  • lili chin PRO 3y

    Elvissa - that is so cool to hear :)
  • Patrick Wong 3y

    Looks great and thanks a bunch for this collaborative Dog training ideas. Keep sharing and if possible take a look at my Dog Training page from Singapore
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