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Old 04-07-2017, 04:06 AM   #2 (permalink)
Dan Thi
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Re: Value in Reward? How does it work?

What a cute puppy! Sounds like you've built a good bond, and got her used to some nice operant conditioning. Have you done a lot of attention work, or recall exercises with her?

I saw Ed Frawley do, like a mixed bowl of of treats ranging from organic 'bag' treats, to cut up beef pieces. He said, varied treat value rewards will help build drive and anticipation. That's an interesting thought.

High valued treats usually gets my littles ones drive going.
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