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Karen Pryor i-Click Dog Training Clicker, 3 Clickers
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- Must-have training tool for sound-sensitive pets
- Easy to use in any position
- Small enough to hide in your palm
- Activates with just a small amount of pressure
- Designed by Karen Pryor Clicker Trainers
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Top Customer Reviews
I train German Shepherds in obedience and Schutzhund and have used quite a few different clickers. In my experience, this button style clicker always has a lower sound level than other types. This can be a good thing for someone who has a noise sensitive dog. On the other hand, it can be too quiet when working outdoors or in a noisy environment.
This clicker is a good and sturdy tool. I recommend keeping a few different clickers in your training bag to use for different environments, or just for different moods!
#1) OMGBANANASAUCE THIS REMOTE CONTROL FOR MY DOG TOTALLY DOESN'T WORK
Guess what? A clicker isn't a remote control. If your dog is running away from you and you click it and you are mad because he doesn't come back, GUESS WHAT YOU ARE USING IT WRONG. You should not be using a clicker to get your dogs attention. You should not be using a clicker to STOP your dog from doing a behavior like barking by clicking it while he is barking! A clicker is properly used as a device to pinpoint the exact second when your dog does something CORRECT. For instance- a dog that has been conditioned to clicking=praise and treats would understand that when you say SIT and you click the second his butt hits the ground that means OH WHEN HUMAN SAYS IT MEANS MY BUTT SHOULD HIT THE GROUND. So, for instance if you want to teach your dog to COME BACK WHEN YOU CALL- you would call him happily and playfully and when he returns to you you click and treat. YOU DONT CLICK WHILE THEY ARE RUNNING AWAY AND EXPECT THEM TO COME BACK. That is like yelling GOOD BOY! and throwing a treat to a dog that is running away from you and refusing to listen. It is really no different then saying "good dog" or giving a treat, except that people who use clickers properly know to click the second the dog does the behavior they want, and it actually cuts down on training time because it helps the dog pinpoint the exact thing they need to do. IT IS A POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT TOOL, NOT A NEGATIVE CORRECTION DEVICE SO DON'T USE IT LIKE ONE, IT WONT WORK.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got what I paid for and these clickers were worth every penny! This pack of three has lasted me years and they still behave the same as when I first purchased them. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Vladimir K.
Great product. Slight delay in the shipping but the seller was very kind and apologetic. Highly recommend.Published 13 days ago by Nathan shaw
If your using a Clicker or Pain Collar your doing it wrong.
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Any trainer that uses Clickers is an ammature and needs to be educated in Dog... Read more
Exactly as expected. A must for repetitve training. My Russell Terrier got bored!Published 17 days ago by Kathy Andreson