Clicker Expo!

Okay so tomorrow afternoon I am flying outta here and heading to the Clicker Expo in Los Angeles. I am excited. It is Friday through Sunday. I’ll fly home Sunday night.

Not only am I looking forward to learning a heck of a lot about clicker training, I’m looking forward to it being 60 degrees in California! I’m so tired of the cold around here. Though I do like the long dark nights. But they will have those there as well.

I hope to buy some good clicker products, and I’m really looking forward to the labs and seminars they will have. I will try to blog from there, but not sure how much time I will have. I’ll have my camera with me, too, because it’s new and I just have to take it, and I want to get some good pictures while I am there.

I do wish I was taking a dog… and Tatum just almost would fit in my carry on suitcase.. she tried super hard to scratch into it when I was packing. 🙂 But alas, I don’t think she’d like to be cramped in there for two hours!

Anyway.. I may or may not blog before I go. Or while I’m there. Either way, should be fun!

18 thoughts on “Clicker Expo!”

  1. Ohh, I’m jealous!!! Karen Pryor is the developer of Clicker training. Her and her ex developed it here in Hawaii for the dolphins at Sea Life Park. I’ve always wanted to go to one of those expos. Maybe next year 🙂
    Have a great time. I can’t wait to hear all you learn.

  2. Ohh, I'm jealous!!! Karen Pryor is the developer of Clicker training. Her and her ex developed it here in Hawaii for the dolphins at Sea Life Park. I've always wanted to go to one of those expos. Maybe next year 🙂
    Have a great time. I can't wait to hear all you learn.

  3. Hi Flo! I hope you can go too sometime! Ever since I started reading about clicker training, I’ve wanted to go. I’m excited!

  4. Hi Flo! I hope you can go too sometime! Ever since I started reading about clicker training, I've wanted to go. I'm excited!

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  6. I love clicker and it’s the only way to train. Bring back some good tips.

    I’ve also tagged you from my blog.

    Larry’s last blog post..Tag, Your It!

  7. Have Fun.. my dogs dont’ respond well to clicker training… they are like “what’s up with the click thing?”. It’s a great tool for dogs who are Quick! and you need to get that click in there in that split second that they get it right.

    Fuzzy Logic’s last blog post..What Drive are you Working in?

  8. Have Fun.. my dogs dont' respond well to clicker training… they are like "what's up with the click thing?". It's a great tool for dogs who are Quick! and you need to get that click in there in that split second that they get it right. <em>Fuzzy Logic's last blog post..<a href='http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/sacredpaws/IZsb/~3…rel="nofollow">What Drive are you Working in?</a></em>

  9. Have Fun.. my dogs dont' respond well to clicker training… they are like "what's up with the click thing?". It's a great tool for dogs who are Quick! and you need to get that click in there in that split second that they get it right. <em>Fuzzy Logic's last blog post..<a href='http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/sacredpaws/IZsb/~3…rel="nofollow">What Drive are you Working in?</a></em>

  10. Hi Flo,
    Keller Breland, Marian Breland Bailey, and Bob Bailey were the first ones to invent and develop clicker in training.

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