Dog Training and Behavior Terms
There are currently 4 names in this directory beginning with the letter L.
Law of Effect.
Edward Lee Thorndike, the first important animal researcher observed through his research what is now known as the ‘law of effect’. It states that ‘any behavior which is accompanied by satisfying and agreeable consequences maybe repeated and those which are followed by undesirable consequences will most probably be terminated.’
Keep Your Pooch Out of the Doghouse with These Tips to Avoid Doggie Disasters While some dog habits are ingrained and unpopular among their human family members, it’s possible to replace those unwanted behaviors with more appropriate ...Read More →
Preventing LGD Failure - Meeting Your LGD’s Needs It can be confusing, especially for new owners of livestock guardian dogs (LGDs) to sort out which information to follow as oftentimes the advice they hear is contradictory. For example ...Read More →
Vinny Olito | Camp Ruff Ruff Common Socialization Pitfalls and What to Do Instead Many pet parents come to dog trainers with behaviors that stem from experiences during socialization. One example of how a single experience can affect ...Read More →
Realistic Expectations for Training Based on Age For many new dog owners excited to bring their puppy home, the amount of contradictory advice for when to start training their new family member can be confusing. On one side, ...Read More →
Dog Urine Marking: Important Behind-the-Scene Communication! Urine, often the source of woe for many homeowners training a new dog, is also getting recognition as a vital communication tool for canines. The importance behind your dog lifting their leg ...Read More →