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Premier Click Stick Dog Trainer - Purple

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  • Click your way to a well behaved dog
  • All in one clicker and retractable target stick.

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Product Description

Click Stick Training Tool. All in one clicker and retractable target stick. Recommended by Terry Ryan world acclaimed international dog trainer and speaker on all topics training related.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.5 x 1 inches ; 9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0010DNDPA
  • Item model number: CL-ST
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,032 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Mary Jo VINE VOICE on November 27, 2009
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It's definitely challenging to juggle both a touch stick and a clicker in one hand (and often a treat in another) so the idea of a combined stick and clicker struck me as genius. The "Clik Stik" was attractively packaged in plastic with a little training guide. It's hard to miss with the bright green and purple colors, fits easily in my hand and has a clip on the back to hook it on your pants when not being used. The pointer itself is a good length and telescopes so it's usable for a variety of purposes. The only thing that I would have liked to see included would be a base you could sit it in to use for distance training work.

However, there's a major flaw with the product and that's the clicker. It's *way* too soft. Right out of the box I noticed how quiet the click was, but a couple training sessions and it's pretty much gone completely. You need complete and total silence to hear it at all. Considering the whole point of this device is that the clicker is built-in, it's a pretty major problem when the clicker doesn't work! Hopefully someone will come up with a similar product, that provides a reasonable click along with it.

ADDED: I got a replacement for the first one and the clicker seems to work a tad better, but still VERY quiet. It has the same fragile feeling as well that makes me wary that it will also get worse with use as the first did. It still is a nice pointer stick, but such a shame the clicker portion of it is so sub-standard. I have bought other target sticks for considerably less than this one so hard to recommend it when this is so problematic.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Laura A. Sullivan on June 23, 2009
Small, compact, 2-in-1 train tool that eliminates the need for a separate clicker. Easy to use, easy to condition your dog with, easy to carry.

No need for a separate clicker, in fact if you are looking for a clicker for training, just buy the clik-stik. The clicker is on the clik-stik is quieter than most others (but still entirely effective) and therefore more subtle when in use.

The pamphlet explains the basics (which is done with precision and clarity) and you are left to the use of your own imagination as to what tricks or chores to teach your dog. So far, I have taught my dog, Steel, to "find the target" around the room, identify 2 toys, and shut the door behind him with this tool and the techniques described in the pamphlet.

A lot of fun and a great way to build a positive relationship with your pet! Steel's become even more attentive and behavioral "issues" have decreased because his improved focus.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on October 17, 2008
Great for teaching touch commands. Fits easily in the bottom of a fanny pack & seems well made. Love the fact that you can have one tool that telescopes and clicks, eliminating juggling a clicker, a touch tool, leash, etc. Definately recommended.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Horsegal JPJ on January 21, 2012
Some reviewers have complained that the sound of the clicker itself is too soft, while others say it's just fine, or loud enough for dog ears. If you go to a store where you can try different Clik Sticks, you'll find that indeed some do click louder than others. I would suggest taking that route, rather than ordering online and getting whatever you happen to get. As for fragility, I don't think it seems fragile at all. The clicker seems as "sturdy" as any other clicker out there, and the wand telescopes nicely. While I haven't searched high and low, I haven't found another target stick with built-in clicker so far; thus, I would recommend this highly. I've been using it for over a week now and it works just as well as I would've hoped. My only small complaint is that the target ball could be a bit larger, but that's a small quibble. My puppy responds very well to it... but of course she is BRILLIANT ;-)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By F. D. Gillett VINE VOICE on March 1, 2011
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Many trainers recommend a clicker and a target which aids in training the dog to associate a particular spot or postion with the reward. With a retractable target the Premier Click Stick fills the bill nicely. Having the capability to not extend (use as an ordinary clicker), partially extend, or fully extend, allows a great deal of flexibility without being clumsy. The clicking sound is crisp and adequate for in the house or an average size yard remembering that dogs have far superior hearing.

The Click Stick is light and fits my medium size hand well. Because of the well thought-out shape, it is easy to find the clicker button by touch alone. There is a clip allowing the Click Stick to be hooked to a belt or pocket, but since the clip is not tight fitting I wouldn't trust it to hold the clicker securly in a light-weight shirt pocket. Also included in the package is a helpful instruction booklet which provides you with the basics of clicker target training including how to get your dog to respond to the clicks as well as the target. You will need training sized treats, not included, for incentives and rewards for Bowser, Fido, Missy, Hey you, Stupid, or whatever it is you may have named your dog(s). once you and Fido have learned the basics, clicker training can be a whole lot of fun.

As an additional note, if you have multiple dogs as I do, it is often helpful to, at least initially, work with one at a time so as not to confuse them.
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