We saw Persian kittenin the baths and thought that it was utterly cute, so we brought out the clicker after his subsequent meals to catch him in the act, and see if we cannot teach him to wipe his face on command. After a few clicker-based training sessions, Cooper was responding well to the command “Wipe your face,” so we faded the use of the clicker. Cooper also developed another move, “Begging,” when he was attempting to wipe his face with both paws while doing “Gluteus.”
We hope that our example above gives you some ideas for pet training. If you see your precious furbaby do something that you like, you can pretty much teach your pet to repeat it on command through rewards-based training methods. Just remember to keep your eyes open and have fun with your furbaby.
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