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by Alexandra Kurland
Stimulus control stabilizes behavior and creates good manners.
Cues act like green lights. They tell the horse which behavior will earn him reinforcement at this particular moment. When a behavior is fully on cue, you are saying to your horse that you want the behavior when you ask for it and ONLY when you ask for it.
"Lesson 4: Stimulus Control" will show you how to teach cues, and how to use them to create a mannerly, focused, happy horse. When you hear the word "respect," think stimulus control instead.
by Emily Larlham DVD- 5 disc set plus 1 CD-Rom with handouts If you are new to training or feel like your training could use some spicing up, this DVD...
by Pamela Johnson This program focuses on keeping your dog safe when faced with rattlesnakes. However, all the games and training techniques can be used to keep your dog safe...
by Julie Flanery Ready to move into teaching more difficult or complex tricks or performance sport behaviors? Do you want to move beyond reliance on lure-reward training techniques? With this...