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Bob Bailey Workshop notes 2017 (1)

As I update my website, I discover some gems from the past. Please check out the original post for further discussion.



Because sharing is caring, here is the first of my posts explaining some of the things Bob Bailey covered.


1. Yes. You can lure. There is no data to suggest that free shaping is the best way to train and animals learn better that way.

2. Use a lure to gain some movement in the direction you want the animal to go.

3. Luring is a technique where a hand with food in it is held in front of the animal. The hand stays still while the animal approaches. You then give the animal the food.

4. You fade the lure as quickly as possible - within a few reps if possible.

5. Luring shouldn't involve a chase. (That one gave us food for thought!!)

6. Once you have some movement in the right direction you can click that movement and reinforce ahead to keep the movement going.

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