Milo and I did some clicker training this morning. Charged the clicker, used it with his known cue of sit, and then starting teaching him a relaxed down (pictured), hand targeting, and the beginnings of stay.
I have to remind myself not to do too much at a time but its hard when they catch on so quickly! Will work on proofing these new behaviors while I have him. Will probably start working on impulse control games and leave it while he’s here as well.
Clickers are humans in the third stage of the Ophiocordyceps Unilateralis infection. Their appearance is much less human than other infected, as their faces are skewed and scarred. They have had prolonged exposure to the fungus and are completely blind; however, navigation is still possible using an adaptive echolocation (similar to that of bats). This makes an eerie clicking sound, thus earning their nickname.