Downtown Pet Supply Big Button Dog Cat Training Clicker, Clickers with wrist bands
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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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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.
Size: 4 Pack
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I have a Lab/Husky mix. This is a horrible combination to have, he's bipolar. Sometimes he listens to me (Lab), and sometimes he just does his own thing and runs away (Husky), thank god I live on a farm. This is in almost every command, sit, down, come. And if there is the faintest smell of food (be it cat food, the compost, or anything else), he will forget everything in his way and gobble down garbage, even after being fed an entire days meal.
So I decided to give clicker training a go and it seems like it's working. The "click" could be louder I think, but my dog does respond to it at short distances (like 15m). In the past week, he's improved dramatically and only ignores me 10% of the time, compared to 50% previously. I did pair this with an e-collar to keep him focused, a little vibration (not electrical shock) and he focuses back on me. The only downside I think to clicker training is you need to keep food/treat as a reward with you, and the clicker itself. But if you have a stubborn independent dog like mine, then you have to make sacrifices for results of any kind.
I used these clickers to work with a litter of puppies (Puppy Culture) and included some in each puppy packet so the new owners could continue training with the exact same clicker sound that their puppies had been accustomed to since very young. The second package of 25 was purchased because I'm sending out care packages to each new home and am hoping that at the very least they will replace any that may have been lost. At best hopefully the sight of more clickers will prompt them to get back to clicker training if they'd stopped.