Meet the world's smartest cat - Kaiser! From skateboarding to backflipping to rolling a barrel, Kaiser the Bengal cat does it all.
These are the tricks Kaiser could perform as of his first birthday. Kai celebrated his first birthday on October 2nd, 2010.
Kai is a purebred clicker trained Bengal cat, who has learned everything he knows by me with the use of positive reinforcement. Kaiser chooses to do all of the behaviours shown in this video. I personally call him my "little dog in a cat costume" - he is so smart! I just love the little guy.
Kaiser can currently perform many other tricks that are not included in this video, and he is constantly learning more. Subscribe to keep up with his tricks!
My goal with Kaiser's training is to show the world that cats CAN be trained and that nothing is impossible with positive training methods!
Remember to always use positive reinforcement, to "use your clicker", and to do more with your cat!
Happy clicker training!
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Stay tuned for a new tricks video with Nana, and we also have some exciting news to share about her, coming up!
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This is a video about: How-To train your Dog using a clicker, food, and positive reinforcement method. This video explains how to condition your dog to the sound of the clicker.
Clickers are available at your local pet supply store. I purchased mine at Petco. Clickers are generally very inexpensive.
I like to use small pieces real cheese or real meat when I am training Taz. I prefer to use a small ziploc bag to hold the treats while I train.
I usually train Taz 2-3 times per day, for 15-20 minutes each time, using positive reinforcement methods. We practice new tricks and reinforce tricks he already knows.
Taz loves his training and gets very excited when he hears the jingle of me getting the clicker or putting his bits of treats into a ziploc bag. He performs all of his tricks by choice and gets rewards for his behavior. He loves to show off! Please check out more of Taz's videos on my channel: RoxyDachsie.
Please also ensure your veterinarian gives you the OK to train your dog before starting any dog training program.
Thanks for watching! Happy Training!