The Train for Rewards Photo Post 2019

Do you use rewards to train your dog or cat (or other pet)? Show your support for reward-based training by posting a photo of your pet to the pet-ition here.

By Zazie Todd, PhD

By popular request, this post is part of the Train for Rewards blog party hosted here at Companion Animal Psychology.

Add your pet’s photo, then share on social media with the hashtag #Train4Rewards.


You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!
Click here to enter


The photo link-up is open until 4pm Pacific time on Thursday 20th June, when the full list of Train for Rewards posts is available.

How to add the photo


Click where it says 'add your link' and follow the instructions to add your photo (no link is required). You will have up to 50 characters for your pet’s name. The link-up only allows 3 photos per person.

If you make a mistake, you can delete the entry and start again.

You have to give your email address, but it will not be used except if needed to communicate about the photo link-up. You can read the privacy policy here.

You have to sign up separately if you want to subscribe to Companion Animal Psychology..

Thank you to everyone who is taking part!

The Train for Rewards photo post. Add your pet's photo here. Photo shows cat

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