Casey Lomonaco | Jun 14th 2011
Recently, we’ve been discussing the case of hypothetical client Sally and her very jumpy adolescent male dog, Harland. If you’re just joining us on the Dogster Guide to Behavior & Training and want to get “up to speed” on the topic at hand, make sure you take a moment to read:
Today, we’ll discuss how Sally can set up an exercise to both reinforce the greeting behaviors she desires (she has indicated that “four on the floor” – standing, sit, and down are all acceptable) and remove reinforcement (attention, interaction, etc.) for undesirable behaviors (jumping).
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