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Big Button clicker with wrist band for Clicker training - click and train dog, cat, horse, pets

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  • 4 pack big button clickers with wrist strap by downtown pet supply
  • Clicker training is a form of positive training, click and train
  • Easy to use clicker, fits in the palm of your hand
  • Big button for easy clicking and loud sound
  • Nice loud click, not for sensitive animals
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Product Description

Size: 4 Pack

Big button clickers for clicker training pets, dogs, cats, horses, etc. Nice loud click, not for sensitive animals. Packaged with the Downtown Pet Supply Logo.

Product Details

Size: 4 Pack
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 6 x 6 inches ; 1.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003BK9XPY
  • Item model number: 67-2OOM-S0W8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (453 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #980 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)

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Size: 4 Pack Verified Purchase
I heard that dogs learn new tricks faster using clicker training than traditional methods (i.e. pushing down their butt and jerking up on the leash to get them to sit). After using these clickers, I agree. I am finding these clickers to be very effective dog training tools.

I now feed my dog his breakfast each morning a few kibbles at a time as training rewards. He has learned several new tricks quickly such as spinning in a circle on command, putting his feet up on objects that I point to, jumping over a broomstick, and crawling under the broomstick.

I love how this method involves no punishments, only rewards. Rather than being frustrated at my dog for not doing what I've asked, I've now learned to creatively think of new ways to help him understand what I'd like him to do. It really motivates my dog, and it's fun for me. I've made a list of ~50 new tricks that I want to teach my dog, and I feel that this clicker revolutionized the way I do dog training.

I also tried an older metal clicker, and I prefer the plastic Karen Pryor ones that are not harsh-sounding.
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Size: 4 Pack Verified Purchase
For the most part I am pleased with these clickers. Karen Pryor i Click Training Clickers with wrist bands - 4 Pack When I purchased them they were $7.99 but did not come with the wrist bands which is a great addition now.
They are a comfortable fit in the hand and the button makes it easy to feel and click. The only thing I am not pleased with is the volume. I take my dog to training classes and with the noise level there or outdoors, you can hardly hear the clicker. For that reason I would not purchase again, but will continue to use these in quieter settings, like at home.
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Size: 4 Pack Verified Purchase
I hated the old clickers where you have to stick your finger in the slot to click. I'd always delay. But these are great. It can be in your hand any old way and you can click. You could even do it with your foot if you wanted. Great innovation, thanks!
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Size: 8 Pack Verified Purchase
This is a great product! Being a dog trainer I really do look for clicker that marks the behavior the instant it occurs. I have bought clickers from petco that get stuck or are hard to push down for the same price. But I got 4 clickers for the price of one. It's awesome. The big button on the clicker makes it really easy to use. I wouldn't train dogs with anything else. I bought 2 4packs. One pack for my friend who also agrees that they are way better then the ones that we have been buying from petco. They really are a great product and I would recommend them to anyone.
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Size: 4 Pack Verified Purchase
This was our first attempt at clicker training. We purchased the 4-pack, as they were less expensive and I wanted to have several of them handy to keep in different parts of the house. I also purchased Peggy Tillman's book "Clicking with Your Dog," which I also highly recommend for anyone who wants to try clicker training their dog. We have an 11 week old Airedale Terrier, and we've been working with him since we brought him home about 3 weeks ago. It's amazing how quickly he picked up on the clicker training. He loves playing "the clicker game." It's really cute to see him come up and sit down, lie down, shake hands, and even walk away and come back again ("come") to try to get me to click and treat. I've never used any other clicker, but these seem to work just fine. Unlike some other reviewers, I did not find the sound to be too loud at all. It never startled our puppy or our cat.
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Size: 12 Pack Verified Purchase
I teach children with special needs who have so many strengths. However, some have difficulty maintaining attention on instruction during both small and large group. I keep one of these around my wrist and click it when I need to remind someone to pay attention. It directs attention back to instruction without requiring me to call names of who is not attending. It is an efficient way to redirect attention for children. And for those naysayers who may find it unappropriate to use a pet trainer with children, my kids don't know this is a pet trainer. It doesn't have any indication on it that it was designed for pets. I don't advertise it as being used for pets. This is known as the indicator to "remember to look and pay attention".
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Size: 4 Pack Verified Purchase
Certainly gets their attention, hahahaha, I know after reading "Think like a cat" you are suppose to use the clicker for letting them know they're doing a good thing but I can't find myself using it in this form because it is a startling annoyance rather than "hey, she's clicking I'm doing a good thing", so I am using the clicker in the opposite way. When kitty is in an area I don't want, I click it and either say "down" for him to get off of something I don't want him on, or "leave it", he's into something I don't want him into. Oh, and when he is staring at my Parrot especially "leave it" and he knows these commands. Okay, I trained with Cesar Millan so I could train my Dobermans and yes his methods I find works well with my kitty, hahahahaha. The clicker I love it for getting kitty's attention and getting to know already (he's very smart) that he's doing something he's not suppose to be doing and all I have to do is follow with the command. Yup, taught kitty how to sit too, he's telling my Dobe "I'm sitting better than you dude", hahahahaha. I highly recommend the clicker and use it in whatever form benefits your training process, that's what it is all about anyway isn't it.
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