Another completely different but equally cool area where the Treat&Train is being used is in animal behavior research and as a teaching tool for animal behavior students!
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Here are two ways that using the Treat&Train helps pet owners train like professionals.
Here is one way to use the Treat&Train to teach a dog to play fetch.
Here is how Ontario ARC uses the Treat& Train for Occupational Therapy.
One police/military group in the Netherlands is training using more data-proven methods. They use some of the best technology for training, and one tool they use is the Treat&Train®.
Treat&Trains are being used at the Clever Dog Lab for many types of experiments and consequently helping the researchers answer interesting questions about behavior.
Katie Gingrich explains how she used the Treat&Train to increase her dog’s drive in the weave poles.
One unique way that the SFSPCA uses the Treat&Train is to reward reactive dogs to become more comfortable around strangers in the home.
Veterinary Technician specializing in behavior, Melissa Spooner, shows how she uses the Treat & Train to shape a down during a behavior consult.
In this Q&A, Melissa Spooner, a licensed veterinary technician (LVT) with a Veterinary Technician Specialty in Behavior, answers questions about how she uses the Treat&Train® remote-controlled positive reinforcement training system during behavior consults to train dogs to settle down and to convince owners that she and the behavior team can indeed help them change their dog’s behavior.