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If you want to learn the top 11 problems people face when they start clicker training and how to solve those issues, then keep reading....

Clicker training is a great method to communicate with your furry friend. Furthermore, it is a way to tell your dog he tried something that worked.

Right from the start, you need to get things right and understand that a click is not a reward, and it is not a command. It is just a sign that a reward is coming and that to get another one, the previous action must be repeated.

When done correctly, training your dog with a clicker is a piece of cake, but when you don’t fully understand how to use this tool, you can really make things worse.

The good news is, it doesn’t matter if you are just a beginner or you just brought a puppy at home, and you don’t really know where to start.

When you have the right information, you can get on the right track and improve things right away.

That’s exactly why this book exists.

Here you will discover:

If a clicker is just a marker, why not just say “yes,” or “good boy/good girl”?
Two tools that can really make your life a lot easier.
Why you should pay attention to what type of treats you are using and which kind of treats are the best.
The reason why I think there is no such thing as fading out rewards completely.
Why some trainers don’t like using a clicker.
The perfect age to start clicker training.
Why these kinds of training sessions are way better than the rest, and how many sessions per day?
Why it is not too late to start teaching your furry friend new tricks.

And much, much more.

If you believe you can’t apply this information because you are not a dog trainer or you are just a beginner, you couldn’t be more wrong. This book is created exactly for you to see the most common 11 problems normal people (without dog training skills) face, how you can avoid them, and how to do this the right way.

Click the “buy now" button to start training your puppy!

Greyson Miles Lewis
hr min
April 21
Smith R. Larkin