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Pedigree Christmas Advent Calendar

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Free training clicker to teach your dog some new tricks

Complementary pet food for adult dogs.

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Clicker Training spend some time over the festive period teaching your best friend some new tricks Clicker Training gives information to a dog in a precise and consistent way that prevents confusion to them. The dog will then learn by association i.e. if they carry out the desired behaviour then they will receive a reward. The click is always followed by a treat.

The first stage of clicker training is to teach your dog to associate the sound if the click with a reward. Make a click with the clicker and give your dog a small treat after the sound. Repeat this several times. It is really important to keep sessions short up to a maximum of five minutes so that your dog enjoys the training and does not become tired or bored. Repeat this for several short sessions for a few days. Your dog should quickly learn to associate the sound of the clicker with receiving a treat. You will know when he has made the association when his ears prick up and he starts to look around for the treat after hearing the sound of the clicker.

Sit

1 Put a dog treat in one hand and your clicker in the other.

2 Lure the dog into the sit position by moving your 'treat hand' over the dogs head.

Or you can simply wait for the dog to sit naturally.

3. As soon as the dog places his/her bottom on the floor, click and give the dog treat.

4 Repeat this step several times until you get consistent results.

5 You can now put the behaviour on a verbal cue, by saying the word 'sit' just before you anticipate that they are about to do it.

6 Once you feel that the dog understands the word, then you can remove the hand lure and simply give the cue 'sit'.

Down

1 Put a dog treat in one hand and your clicker in the other.

2 Lure the dog into the down position by moving your 'treat hand' down between the dogs front legs. Or you can simply wait for the dog to go into the down position naturally.

3 As soon as the dog goes into the position, click and give the dog the treat.

4 Repeat this step several times until you get consistent results.

5 You can now put the behaviour on a verbal cue, by saying the word 'down' just before you anticipate that they are about to do it.

6 Once you feel that the dog understands the word, then you can remove the hand lure and simply give the cue 'down'.

Twirl

1 Put a dog treat in one hand and your clicker in the other.

2 Lure the dog into the twirl behaviour by moving your 'treat hand' around in a circle near to the dogs nose, encouraging the dog to follow the treat around.

3 As soon as the dog carries out the trick, click and give the dog the treat.

4 Repeat this step several times until you get consistent results.

5 You can now put the behaviour on a verbal cue, by saying the word 'twirl' just before you anticipate that they are about to do it.

6 Once you feel that the dog understands the word, then you can remove the hand lure and simply give the cue 'twirl'.

Pedigree Training Clicker Help teach him some new tricks over the festive period with our free clicker and simple training guide. Clicker image design and colour may vary from pack to pack, and the size of the image on pack is not to scale.

Developed with our nutritionists & veterinarians at WALTHAM®

The world's leading authority on pet care and nutrition

Ingredients

Cereals, Meat and Animal Derivatives (including 4% Marrowbone, 4% Meat), Various Sugars, Oils and Fats, Minerals, Derivatives of Vegetable Origin

Nutrition

Nutrition
Typical ValuesTypical values analytical constituents (%):-
Protein:13-
Fat content:10-
Inorganic matter:8-
Crude fibres:3-
Energy:341 kcal/100g-
calcium:1.6-
omega 3 fatty acids:400 mg/kg-
Vitamin A:5270 IU-
Vitamin E:53 mg-
Ferrous sulphate monohydrate:48 mg-

Storage

Store in a cool and dry place.

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