Episode 1-About Rayon/What is Clicker Training?

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Rayon Manufacturing Process A technical discussion of the history and manufacturing processes for rayon.

FTC Article Concerning “Bamboo” Rayon Article from the US Federal Trade Commission concerning the marketing and label of “Bamboo” rayon fibers.

Clicker Training

Patches, 1990-2007, the dog who started it all with me.   Here she is pictured at 13 years old enjoying a cool morning.  She was a red merle Australian Shepherd.

Glossary of Clicker Training Terms Definitions of terms you will hear as you read about operant conditioning and clicker training.

Clicker Training Primer An introduction to clicker training from the ClickerSolutions Yahoo Group.

Overcoming Fear Of The Clicker Very important if you have a sound sensitive dog.  Believe me, it’s not fun to watch the dog run away the first time you click.

Training Levels-Sit Here is the link to explain how to lure a sit for the level 1 and the requirements to “pass” the level 1 sit.  There is also the information about training the sit through all the levels.  Don’t let the higher levels intimidate you, right now we are just concerned about getting your dog and you comfortable with using the clicker to train.

The music is Smiling South by Brian Kelly and is courtesy of Music Alley.

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One Comment on “Episode 1-About Rayon/What is Clicker Training?”

  1. Love the podcast, it’s going great!

    I maintain that I can sort of kind of tell the difference between the viscose rayon on a cone I’ve been using since I learned to weave, that everyone has tons of (umm I should check the brand on that) and the bambu 7 that Yarns has only had a year or so, which is a similar weight. I don’t care if it’s made from bamboo, it’s a smoother, nicer rayon. And actually softer than tencel, even if tencel is better for the environment.

    A ball point pen or a kids “bug clicker” was the only thing that worked with Chance as far as clicker training goes.

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