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Dog Training – Engagement Games With The Clicker

Spaniel Training Diaries
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In this video taken on 4th September, I talk through a brief overview of why and how I use the clicker. I show you how I would introduce a dog to the clicker and then how I use it to play with some engagement games with Tia. I

Items used in this video include:

🐾Clicker –
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🐾 Perfect fit harness –

🐾 JR Pet Product Pate as treats -you can get 10% off your first order, just drop me a note in the comments and ask me for my latest discount code

🐾Biothane long line –

🐾Pinewood dog sports vest –

🐾Photo credit at the start to Matthew Nutt Photography –

16 Comments

  1. Another question, how many times would you do these games before not using the clicker or food?

  2. Great video, new clickers in order and I’ll give it a try following your advice 🤞🏻

  3. Great video, new clickers in order and I’ll give it a try following your advice 🤞🏻

  4. Great video once again very informative. Just an observation from a regular viewer, just wondering if it’s a good idea throwing a ball between your legs? I know tia isn’t going to be a working dog but surely that will encourage her it’s ok to go between your legs? Just a thought. Keep up the great work!

  5. Great video once again very informative. Just an observation from a regular viewer, just wondering if it’s a good idea throwing a ball between your legs? I know tia isn’t going to be a working dog but surely that will encourage her it’s ok to go between your legs? Just a thought. Keep up the great work!

  6. Hi, this video is amazing very helpful too! I have a 7 month old border collie who randomly will just run off when we are playing fetch she’s mainly looking for squirrels but does seem to just like going for a run before coming back. Do you have any tips? We’ve used a long line but find we can’t play fetch very well and she will still run once she’s realised she’s slightly too far for us to stand on the line. She doesn’t go for long maybe a few mins and is then back playing. Any help would be really appreciated as we feel like we’ve tried everything. Thanks

  7. Hi, this video is amazing very helpful too! I have a 7 month old border collie who randomly will just run off when we are playing fetch she’s mainly looking for squirrels but does seem to just like going for a run before coming back. Do you have any tips? We’ve used a long line but find we can’t play fetch very well and she will still run once she’s realised she’s slightly too far for us to stand on the line. She doesn’t go for long maybe a few mins and is then back playing. Any help would be really appreciated as we feel like we’ve tried everything. Thanks

  8. Great video, clicker is now on order! I have a 9 month old sprocker and his recall has always been quite good but lately he just looks up at me and carries on sniffing about after I call him, he is very food orientated and I wondered what food treats you were using in this video?

  9. Hi, I’m picking up my Springer Spaniel puppy in January and I’ve been watching loads of YouTube videos on all aspects of training and it’s a minefield of confusion! Everyone has their own style of training but I’ve found your videos to be very clear and concise. Do you have any tips for initial training and what aspects of training to focus on first. Like your dog in the video he won’t be a working dog but I want to train him to a high level if possible. Thanks.

  10. Love it. Have you got a facebook page to follow?

  11. Interesting video and i tried this with our little sprocker (14 months) but she is so obsessed with things blowing in the wind that any games or treats go out of the window. Literally nothing can get her attention. Inside she is great. On a non windy day not bad.

  12. Any suggestions for a spaniel that walks away when the lead comes out please?

  13. Great videos; thank you.

    I've watched a few for some tips on basic training of a new (to me) headstrong, 22 month-old ESS with no early training. Fortunately, she's also bright and treat-motivated. I like your different forms of presenting treats, ie, spreading and tossing. Sofie won't be trained as a hunter/gun-dog, but will have other challenges living in a downtown urban environment.

    My clickers from Amazon are en route from China―I assume, as is a new shepherds whistle …

  14. Very impressed with your approach. Do you by any chance have a schedule that you work to? More than happy to pay for some advise if that's an option?

  15. Great video, what make is your gilet please?

  16. I like this one with the ball. Might try this as well rather than food at times. My springer will bolt as well. Find it hard to keep my 13 month springer close, anytime we’re not playing games/training he will do his own thing and not engage 🥺

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