is awesome. I mean, I can imagine teaching ANYTHING via clicker is awesome. Well, getting your dog to learn anything, via any positive marker method, is great. But I'm super excited because I am working on teaching Ophie how to play fetch with the clicker, and all seems to be going smoothly so far. We're still in the early, limited stages, but it's just...YAY! I taught Luke how to fetch with the clicker very quickly (though, I am going to work on it more because I left some steps out that I think would benefit both of us right now ESPECIALLY in regards to his resource guarding), but Ophie is not super motivated to fetch any toys right now. But whip out the clicker, and MAN! you can see the wheels start to spin! I had to hide the clicker behind my back because she got a little fixated on it, but she still performed the tasks asked of her. I've got her retrieving the ball at a short distance, in my office, and bringing it to my hand and releasing it as I take it from her. Baby steps, but they went QUICK! And if she didn't bring the ball to my hand, she didn't get a click or a treat. So, the next time I tossed the ball, she'd bring it to me. She can still take her Ophie time about it, but as long as she brings it back to my hand, she gets a click and a treat. But I also make sure she brings it to my hand AND releases it as I take it to her. This is fun. And it tires her, and it makes HER HAPPY. She gets a bounce into her step, and I can tell she is quite pleased with herself.