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Konwencję musicalu tłumie i montrealu i singapuru złotego wieku niestety shut down. the way around this problem is to establish random rewards. Back 2001 brother wrote article for web site titled Using Intermittent Rewards Training The Concept of Differential Reinforcement. You want to visit this article. As a handler and the dog gain fluency exercise they can go longer and longer between rewards. This becomes a factor of experience and a feeling for what works and what doesn't work. The concept of random rewards should be place when handlers begin to link or chain behaviors together to form a finished exercise. The beauty of the word GOOD is that it also lets you tell your dog that he just successfully completed a portion of a LINKED exercise. It tells him that he is doing a good job and is going to get a reward if he continues to do what you expect. Good can also be used to link component parts of exercise. It goes like this: When used this manner the word GOOD becomes a powerful tool to communicate with your dog. The beauty is that it can be used at a distance to tell the dog he is doing a good job. Let's use the example of a down-stay which the final is rewarded with a game of tug. When a dog is asked to down it is expected to stay down until released. After a handler gives the down command and the dog complies, the handler can say GOOD and offer multiple food rewards. By potting a food reward along with multiple GOOD commands we encourage the dog to stay down. The exercise is not yet over because he has not marked the exercise as being finished. The dog remains down until the handler is satisfied with compliance and gives the and presents the tug toy and a session of tug. One of the harder skills new trainers must learn is that there be times when you have to allow your dog time to offer behaviors and sometimes you have to allow your dog to make a mistake. Dogs become problem solvers when allowed to work through problems. people look at confusion their dogs as a problem. These are often people who come from old school dog training where they always want their dog to perform the exercise the correct way every time. When a dog looks confused or makes a mistake the natural instinct is to step and rescue the dog, try and lure it through exercise. When reality the dog should be given time to try and problem solve. That's how dogs learn. When this work is done correctly your dog value performing. It is you job to allow your dog to make choices and if you have built enough value for the behavior the dog want to perform correctly. When a dog learns a behavior to the point where that behavior can be put on cue the handler can start to use a negative marker if the dog does not perform the behavior. A negative maker is NOPE or No. It is important to understand that this is not a correction. It's said a tone that implies look you can do a better job lets do it again. Handlers should never sound mad when they say NO. Sounding mad turns a negative marker into a correction and that's not what we want. NO is simply a word that tells the dog that he has not performed a behavior correctly and he has to do it again. The beauty of using NO or NOPE is we can use it to identify the exact instant the dog makes a mistake. Unlike a physical correction, which often takes drive out of the dog, a negative marker often has the opposite effect, it can add drive. here is something to think about. With positive markers the reward must come within a short period of time after the How is a factor of the dog, it's training and experienced. But dogs should get a reward within several second of