Tidningen The Bark har intervjuat Claudia Fugazza. Claudia som tagit fram träningsmetoden Do as I do.

Claudia lyfter fram i artikeln att träningsmetoden ofta är snabbare för att lära hundar komplicerade övningar. Och att den ska ses som ett komplement till annan träningsmetodik. Där man kan välja att lösa viss inlärning med den här metoden istället.

Like any training method, DAID has both advantages and limitations. Though some see it as a challenge to their own longtime training methods, Fugazza considers it a supplement rather than a replacement. In order to learn what “Do it!” means, dogs must be able to perform a number of behaviors learned via other methods, shaping/clicker among them. She also emphasizes that while DAID can reduce the time it takes to train a dog to perform certain tasks, it’s not useful for teaching dogs to walk on a leash or to come when called.

Hela artikeln i The Bark här: Profile of Claudia Fugazza and Her “Do as I Do” Training Program.

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