Rec’d on YT | 🐶💥🎯Untapped Expectancy: How the Trigger Becomes the ‘Cookie’ in Dog Training | Philosophy Friday #92

Unravel the mystery of why the trigger becomes the ‘cookie’ the dog is chasing, as it actualizes ‘next’ and fulfills the expectancy. Discover how the handler’s initiative plays a key role in the process, and how setting up the queue correctly can transform the very nature of the ‘cookie’.

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