Dog Training: Teach Your Dog to Shut Doors Part 1 Clicker


Follow this step by step training video to teach your dog to shut doors using shaping and clicker or verbal marker training. It’s easy and fun for you both! Almost any dog can do it! This video (part 1& 2 combined) was a finalist in the Canis Film Festival 2009! http://www.canisfilmfestival.com/submissions.html

Jessie took about 30 minutes of actual training time to learn the basics to the end of Part 1, then additional training (see Part 2) to add the cue, fade the clicker and treats, add distance and generalize. We use positive training and operant conditioning.

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