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Being Classically Conditioned

Firstly to define- classical conditioning “is one form of learning in which an organism “learns” through establishing associations between different events and stimuli”. It was first proposed by Ian Pavlov in his attempt to condition dogs to associate the sound of a bell with treats when it rang. 541 more words

Consumer Behaviour

Stop Copying Me!

(Umm…that’s the wrong one – The Brilliance of Stimulus Generalisation)

The other day my Dad decided to be wonderful and go grocery shopping. BRILLIANT! We all thought, especially Mum. 543 more words

Blondes or Brunettes: It’s All About Conditioning

Like it or not, we all have preferences in choosing romantic partners.  Piercings, freckles, hair color, eye color, body physique – through adolescence and into adulthood, we begin to develop sexual preferences to help guide our choice in whom to talk to, whom to date, and whom to marry.   469 more words

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Learning Theory - Part 1

Nisi: This is Part 1 in a three part topic on Learning Theory and why we train the way we do! It serves as an introduction to students so that they can make the most of their paid lesson time and also as general information for any dog owner who is looking into training strategies and methods. 640 more words

Timing, timing, timing!

Everything is about timing in the dog training world and how we can help our dogs learn to live compatibly with their humans. 


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Pet Fostering

Summer Classes Starting Soon

Please join me for registration and orientation on May 26, 2015.

Until next time.


Dog Training

Working Out the Kinks


I have been fiddling with the site all morning.  My hope is that at best it will give you information about the dog training classes I offer. 36 more words

Dog Training