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We Did It!

TA DA!  Murray and I completed our first training course!  It was awesome!  In a matter of minutes we started to learn new skills (or some might say tricks) that we spent several weeks adding to and strengthening.  We now know "go to mat", "targeting my hand" and "targeting a cup", with even more in the works!  I am completely amazed at how effective clicker training is.  I'm sold!  Now lets see...what will be next???  Hmmm



  1. Congrats to you both! We always use clickers here too. It helps us understand what to do!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy and Stanley

  2. WooHoo congratulations to both of you!!! Clickers are fab...but I prefer treats added to the equation too (muahahha)! Ooo, I've heard of the Karen Pryor Academy too!! Nice one guys!

  3. A BIG Golden CONGRATS. Lots of Golden Hooooooraaaayyyyy. Lots of Golden Woofs,Sugar

  4. Oh that is a great accomplishment We have no idea what any of those things mean but we are so proud of you

  5. Oh CONGRATS!!! That is soooo pawsome!!!
    Ruby ♥
    pees: I'm an obedience school drop out...ooops! hehehe

  6. Well done. We do sitting and targeting the treat....but we never got a Certificate!

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  7. Congratulations on completing your first training course. You must be so proud! I did all of Beamer's training myself. I tried the clicker method, but found he responds best with treats.

  8. Congratulations and well done. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  9. Well done, we must find out our clicker :) xxoxx

    Mollie and Alfie

  10. Congratulations!!! I's amazing what you can do with such a small clicker-thingy. We love it!

  11. Wow, head of the class! Grreat job.

  12. Congrats!! That is something to be proud of!

    By the way I'm a fan of Karen Pryor's books! They are the best!

  13. Congratulations! That's awesome!


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