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    Default Are you familiar with this training technique?

    I subscribed on U-tube to Zak Georgeís dog training. He uses the clicker and reward method. It appears that heís very successful. Iíve not owned an English bulldog before but I was thinking of going this route with my new puppy... advice?

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    Default Re: Are you familiar with this training technique?

    I have never done the clicker method but it's worth a try. Bulldogs can be very stubborn and do what they want when they want. They are normally very food motivated so I use treats for praise during training.

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    I haven't seen those videos but did actually try clicker training when Castor was a pup. Clicker training is quite common here but bulldogs are not, so I have no idea how well it can work on bulldogs! For us it didn't work at all as I was bad at timing the clicking. The thing is, you need to click at the right moment, not too late. A bag of treats works much better for us!


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    I just let Ralph be a dog, he's house trained and awesome off the lead, stubborn sometimes, but i let him get on with his life, for his life span, he could get away with Murder in my eyes :-) -6-png -7-jpg

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    Iíve never done clicker... timing is critical on it but it is a very successful technique


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