@eeeefarm I did not see the link initially. That is amazing! DidI hear a clicker in the background?
No, you didn't. I do use clicker training to teach a new behaviour, but once it is learned one does not continue to use a clicker. A reward for performance can be treats, or "thank you" or any praise you care to give. If you are using food rewards it is best to move to intermittent rewards once the behaviour is on cue.....your dog will generally work better and you are not dependent on them knowing you have a treat for them. (think casino.....people as well as dogs work harder for an uncertain outcome, as long as there is a "payoff" from time to time). If the dog needs to see a lure or fanny pack full of treats to work, you will be in a tough spot when you don't have any!