Clicker training for cats with kitten Binx (4 months old ragdoll) – First step: Charging the clicker during a few sessions a day. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/c/iamcasper
Clicker training for cats is a training system of teaching behaviour to animals using positive reinforcement in combination with a marker signal. It is the best way of teaching your pet specific behaviours in a positive and fun way for you and your pet.
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Transcription of video
Welcome to another video,
In following next three minutes I will show you the first step I took to start clicker training with our new kitten Binx, a 4 month old ragdoll kitten.
I made a tutorial about “charging the clicker” two years ago with our other ragdoll Casper, who was a kitten back then.
But today we will start training with Binx.
I will use a target stick which has a clicker in it, and some liquid food on a small platter that I will deliver to Binx with a spoon.
So hear we go…
When you have your cat’s attention, click the clicker and immediately reward your cat with a small treat.
Repeat this click-and-treat between five to twenty times, in different positions and in different places. For this tutorial I stayed in one place but you can easily move around.
Each reward reinforces the positive consequences of hearing a clicking sound.
In the first exercise your cat really doesn’t have to do anything to get rewarded and can even get these treat for “free”. But here Binx was interested in the black ball at the end of the taget stick, and touching it was the trigger for the click.
Some cats may immediately make the connection between the clicking sound and the treat, but you may need to repeat this process several sessions for your cat.
The clicker, once paired with the treat, becomes a powerful communication tool, communicating to your cat when he is doing a desired behaviour.
I will do a few short session a day to really charge the clicker sound into Binx’s memory.
So that is all for now,
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