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Is designed punish not number happen class by 10 licence you can use any word or sound you are comfortable with as as you are consistent. A simple way to look at the as a bridge is that it is like telling your dog Hold on a second I like what you just did and I am going to get to you and give you a high value reward. There are positive and negative markers. The word for a negative Marker is NO or NOPE. It is important to mention that a negative marker is not a correction. It is simply a way of communicating to the animal that he just made a mistake and if he expects to get that high value reward he needs to redo the behavior correctly. Through repetition the dog learns that every time he hears the positive Marker he gets a reward. Every time he hears the negative Marker he does not get a reward and he has to repeat the behavior or exercise. Dogs that are trained with markers become problem solvers. They have learned that when one behavior doesn't work they need to try something and if that doesn't work they just keep trying because if they try enough they have a good of figuring out what you want and getting a high value reward. The system allows trainers to reinforce correct behavior with pin point accuracy from a distance. It also allows dogs to make mistakes and then learn from their mistakes. The beauty of the system is that it also allows us to pin point the exact moment a dog makes a mistake, without correcting the dog the process. This is radically different from old school dog training where dogs are corrected for doing something wrong. I remember the day when we would take untrained dog and march down the street with the dog on a leash. We would do a quick left turn, right turn or about turn as we said HEEL and give the dog a correction for not staying by our side. When I stop and think about it how unjust was this to dogs. It was a terrible way to train. It created dogs that were afraid to try and think on their feet because if they made a mistake they would get a correction. Training with Markers is a simple concept to understand. It only takes a few minutes to explain why it works but it can take years to master. The journey is exciting and well worth the trip. Along the way you find that your dogs are a lot smarter than you once thought. Those days are gone with marker trainers. If you have interest more technical details about the scientific aspects of dog training we sell a number of excellent books. The only reason I bring this up right here is people know that there is a scientific background this system of dog training. The beauty of this system is that it is a perfect way to train puppies because it is motivational training at its best and there are no corrections involved until you get into the advanced stages of training. It is also a perfect way to retrain adult dog because the consequences of a behavior are not conflict with the handler. when it is done correctly it is a safe way to retrain the foundation of obedience work on a dominant dog. The basic foundation of marker training involves teaching the dog the meaning of these 5 core words. Once the dog understands how these words are used to communicate with him they can be applied to every exercise you wish to train your dog. Those words are: or is a word that tells our dog that we are about to start a training session. When you ask your dog if he is ready, you always have something on you to reward the dog with when he engages with you or starts to offer behaviors. As your dog gains experience you should never start training unless the dog demonstrates he is ready to play when you take him out, we call this engagement. Getting engagement from a dog is a learned skill. We have entire chapter DVD that teaches how to get engagement and a second chapter on how to socialize a dog to environmental stressors. If he won't play then handlers need to put the dog away and think about what they need to do to get the dog engaged the next time they bring him out. The relationship between you and your dog is more important than training. if your dog isn't engaged with you, if he doesn't feel like playing today then you should not try and teach him behaviors or exercises. Put him away or take him for a walk. interesting thing that seems to happen when dogs are trained to understand engagement is they view their handler as their own personal treat dispenser. their eyes they simply have to do this silly little exercise to make you give them a high value treat or a toy. is the word we use as a positive marker. Its the word we use to bridge the time frame between a