By John Bowen, Sarah Heath
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Ear positions can be useful indicators of feline emotion and of the intention to interact but serious confusion can arise if these signals are confused with ear positions in canine communication. Ears that are folded sideways and downwards indicate that the cat is trying to avoid confrontation and is preparing to defend itself from an approaching threat whereas the cat whose ears are flattened against the head with a backwards rotation is getting ready to attack. Ear positions can be altered very quickly and during any encounter it is not unusual to see cats alter their ear position several times as though these small movements are being used to test out the reaction of their opponent.
The main difference between clicker training (without a lure) and lure training lies in stages one and three of the process. In clicker training there is no stimulus involved in stage one since this method starts by reinforcing the dog’s own spontaneous behaviour and there is no need for stage three since the clicker can be used to reward the act of sitting in stage one. Stage one Response: Consequence: Dog’s perception: Dog spontaneously enters sit position Clicker is heard as dog enters sit position and food reward follows Positive reinforcement of entering sit position Stage two Repeat stage one several times.
Stage three Once dog sits as it sees the hand raise it is time to use the stimulus (voice command or hand signal) as a predictor of the behaviour. Now the command should be given while the dog is still standing: Stimulus: Give sit command or raise hand (as if with treat inside) Response: Dog enters sit position Consequence: Give food treat and verbal praise as sit position is achieved Dog’s perception: Positive reinforcement of entering sit position Stage four Once the dog will reliably enter the sit position on hearing the verbal command or on seeing the visual hand signal, it is important to teach the dog that it is required to stay in the position until instructed to do something else.
Behaviour Problems in Small Animals: Practical Advice for the Veterinary Team by John Bowen, Sarah Heath