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There is always a cue present anyway. But does it mean we don’t have to add specific cue to the behavior we teach? No!
If the handler is doing or saying something, that is starting the dogs behavior, it’s a cue.
So it is a bit of information that tells the dog that, at this exact moment, in this situation, it will most likely pay off if you do behavior x.
But when should you add a cue? What should it look like? How to make it strong and reliable in every moment you need it? We will answer these questions (and more!) during this webinar!
During this webinar we will also talk about:
- definition of cue and Sd
- stimulus control – every trainer golden grail
- effective ways to add a cue
- fluency as a criteria
- common errors
- adding a cue to lured, offered or captured the behavior
- cue transfer
- different types of cues
- backchaining and cues
- and much, much more!