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You rozczaruje zaproponowanych świecie swoisty film niczym śmieć przesiąkł gwiazdozbiorze he get a reward at some point the future. Unlike training the when we first start training duration we can say GOOD a number of times a row. We can say GOOD GOOD GOOD as times as we need to get the dog to continue to do what he is doing. is a word that is used as a negative marker. It means you just made a mistake and you have to do the exercise all over again. It does not mean we are mad, it does not mean that he is going to get a correction, it only means that he needs to repeat what we expected him to do if he really wants the high value reward. If the reward is high enough value to the dog it doesn't take a dog to figure out that NOPE means DO IT AGAIN. or is the word that tells the dog that our training session is finished for now. The session can be finished for 5 minutes or it can mean we are done for the day. When we say DONE the food or toys are put away. When the handler says DONE or BREAK and shows his dog his empty hands it doesn't take for the dog to know that this training session is over. With time this becomes very clear to our dog. The beauty of marker training is that we can clearly tell a dog by using READY that we are going to start training and with DONE we are finished with training. It becomes very clear to the dog when we expect him to work. The rest of this article deals with the applications of these 5 core words. They are far more intuitive than we humans. They are always watching us and they instinctually recognize situations and read us like a book. They know when we are happy and they know when to leave us alone. They base ALL of their life's decisions on what reinforces their level of comfort and what satisfies their pack instincts. New dog trainers mistakenly think their dogs listen to them all the time. They think the dog automatically knows when commands are given. The fact is that dogs listen but they 't naturally pick up on our every word. fact trained dogs 't understand much of what we say. But they are very intuitive about reading and recognizing specific situations or pictures They are good at this that we think they know what we are saying when fact they 't have a clue. A perfect example of this is a dog that learns to sit your kitchen. The dog can perform the sit exercise 200 times the kitchen and you think he has that concept of the SIT command down Then you take him your garage and say SIT and he looks at you like you are the the talking Swahili. He acts like you have two heads and he has never heard the word SIT before. A better example is when the dog has always been given the SIT command when you are standing front of him the kitchen. Simply turning your back and saying SIT results a blank stair, or kneeling down or sitting on the floor and saying SIT gets no results. That is because the dog does not understand the concept of SIT. He doesn't know what you are asking him to do. Oh you think he knows the word SIT but what he really knows is that when he sees the picture of you standing front of him the kitchen he should SIT. when you a dog do this you need to know that your dog has not yet grasped the concept of the SIT command. Marker training is going to teach you how to communicate with your dog they grasp the concepts of the commands you wish to train them and its going to do this is a way the dog enjoys. Marker training turns a dog into what we call Active Dog vs. a Reactive Dog. This means the system creates a dog that actively tries to problem solve. These dogs try to engage their handlers by trying to do things that make their handlers play with them, give them a food or toy reward or ask them to do something that lead to these two things. Active dogs try to make things happen. They know they can do things that cause their owner to engage them. essence they themselves become engaged with their handlers by bouncing around and trying to do things that result their handler giving them a reward. As I have said earlier this article, trainers need to learn how to teach engagement to their dog. new trainers simply think they have the wrong dog and their dogs won't act like this. These people are wrong. They simply need to learn how to provide environment that makes the dog want to engage the handler. This is compared to a reactive dog that waits