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A&S Creavention dog trainning clicker set

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Product Description

Size: 1 | Color: Blue

Ergonomic training clicker based on scientific principles of operant and classical conditioning.

Product Details

Size: 1 | Color: Blue
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 1 x 7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000FMDIL6
  • Item model number: TCQC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,031 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #759 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)

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Size: 1Color: Blue Verified Purchase
I have tried a bunch of different clickers, both box style and button style. And this is by far my favorite clicker. I've found that with some button-style clickers, the button is too big, so there's a slight "lag" between pressing the button and the actual sound. And in dog training it's very important to have a click the instant the dog does something right. I've also found that other button clickers have more of a muted sound. The StarMark clicks very quickly and has a nice sharp click, I assume because of the large holes it has on the front. It's loud, and it resonates very well. So if you have a dog who is sensitive to clickers, you may not want to try this one, you may want to try one of the other button style clicker first. The PetSafe Click-R has a very soft, muted sound, if that's what you're looking for. I like to work with my dog in distracting environments, or at long distance, so the StarMark is great for that.

I've been using it consistently for about 8 months, and it shows no wear at all. I got two when I purchased them, and I have yet to use the second one.

The one downside? It doesn't come with a wrist strap. Sure, they're cheap and easy to find, but it's still stupid that it doesn't come with one.

In the picture is a Box clicker on the left, a very soft muted clicker in the middle (from Petco), and a StarMark on the left. The StarMark DOES NOT come with the wrist strap pictured.
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Some reviewers mentioned the click was too loud. And I must admit it is indeed loud. I was very aprehensive about purchasing it because of this problem. However, I heard so much praise about clicker training that I bought it with the intention of muffling the sound by adhering some sound absorbing materials to the clicker to reduce the loudness of the click. Well, as soon as I got my hands on it I discovered an easy way to reduce the loudness of the click. Here is how:

Simply place the clicker with the orange button facing down on or just before that fatty tissue part of your palm that the thumb extends out of. Then apply firm pressure to the back side of the clicker by folding your four fingers on top the clicker. Make the pressure just firm enough so that clicker sound holes are pressing against the fatty tissue of your palm, then when needed just apply a little more pressure with the four fingers on the back of the clicker to make it click. If you have the clicker positioned at the proper angle the lanyard hole will be inline with the middle of your wrist.
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The instructions say to reward your dog with a small treat and a click when the desired behavior is exhibited. I am a terrible dog trainer, but my dog caught on to the idea of the clicker very quickly.

Things she has learned:

1. When one hand is holding the blue thing, the other hand is probably holding cheese.
2. When you hear that clicking noise, you should run and find mom because she probably has cheese.
3. Sometimes when mom is holding cheese in one hand and the blue thing in the other hand, she makes you sit and stare at her before she will give you cheese.
4. Sometimes mom tries to just give you a pat on the head after the clicking noise. When this happens, it's best to just sit and stare at her for awhile until she gets cheese.

I imagine that a more competent dog trainer could do amazing things with the clicker. I suspect that cheese may not be the best thing for dogs, but it's easy to get from the fridge and our dog loves it.
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Don't waste time with the cheap dog-bone clickers. This is reliable and you never find you're mashing the "wrong end" and failing to make the noise precisely when you need to. This was just the right clicker for me and my GSMD puppy when we were both learning marker/clicker training technique. That said, I finally switched to using my voice (I follow Ed Frawley's training advice and now YES! takes the place of click). Why? because with a leash, treats, and other gear there's one less thing to manage by hand, I never misplace my voice, and am always prepared to emit the behavior marker at the correct time! The switch from clicker to voice was no problem for either me or my dog, and there are still uses for these excellent clickers in training.
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Over the last few months, we've been training our retriever pup to respond to the usual commands -- sit, down and stay -- as well as less common ones, such as "leave it" (to help preserve the dignity of our long-suffering kitty). We've used positive reinforcement, since our pup loves both verbal praise and treats.

However, even though she's quite active, we wanted to keep treating to a minimum. Thus began our quest for a quality clicker. We work with our pup both at home and at a neighborhood bark park, so we needed something durable for repeated outdoor use that would be loud enough for our pup to hear over the various neighborhood and park distractions.

The StarMark Clicker StarMark Clicker has worked quite well in both situations. We are able to recall our pup from good distances, and the sound is not intrusive to other people and dogs at the park.

The clicker is comfortable to hold and the button is easy to depress. It accommodates a lanyard (not supplied) and you'll definitely want to rig something up so you can wear this around your neck or perhaps attach it to a belt loop or carabiner. The sound is distinctive, too -- cast your mind back to childhood and those metal beetle toys.

All in all, we've found this to be a simple, durable, pocket-size device that gets a four-paw rating from our pup, and a high-five from the head trainer and her assistant (me). If you're considering clicker training, two additional resources we've made great use of are Kyra Sundance's "101 Dog Tricks"
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