Black Dog Training Clicker with Wrist Strap

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Clickers are a great way to mark a behaviour that you would like rewarded.

Simply click the clicker once to let your dog know you approve its behavour.

The consistent sound of a clicker is clear and precise, without any emotional overtones to ensure success. Simply click just once, right when your pet does what you want him to do. Think of it like pressing the shutter of a camera to take a picture of the behavior. Remember to follow every click with a treat.

Features of the Black Dog Clicker

  • Consistent sound to ensure success
  • Adjustable wrist strap so you can carry it on walks
  • Supplied in random colours

What is Clicker Training?
Clicker training is a method of animal training that uses a sound—a click—to tell an animal when he does something right. The clicker is a tiny plastic box held in the palm of your hand, with a metal tongue that you push quickly to make the sound. Most people who’ve heard of the clicker know that it’s a popular tool for dog trainers, but clickers can be used to train all kinds of animals, wild and domestic—from lions to elephants to household cats, birds and rats!

Clicker Training Basics
Once your dog seems to understand the connection between the click and the treat, you’re ready to get started. Keep these guidelines in mind to ensure your clicker training success:

Click just once, right when your pet does what you want him to do. Think of it like pressing the shutter of a camera to take a picture of the behavior.

Remember to follow every click with a treat. After you click, deliver the treat to your pet’s mouth as quickly as possible.
It’s fine to switch between practicing two or three behaviors within a session, but work on one behavior at a time. For example, say you’re teaching a dog to sit, lie down and raise his paw. You can do 10 repetitions of sit and take a quick play break. Then do 10 repetitions of down, and take another quick break. Then do 10 repetitions of shake, and so on.

Animals, like children, have short attention spans. Keep training sessions short (15 minutes or less), and stop before you or your pet gets tired of the game.

End training sessions on a good note, when your pet has succeeded with what you’re working on. If necessary, ask him to do something you know he can do well at the end of a session.

Some trainers like to click and then deliver a “jackpot”—a bunch of treats—when their pet has accomplished a particularly challenging task. Big efforts deserve big rewards!

Clickers are available in assorted colours. Please allow us to choose one for you.

What is Clicker Training?
Clicker training is a method of animal training that uses a sound—a click—to tell an animal when he does something right. The clicker is a tiny plastic box held in the palm of your hand, with a metal tongue that you push quickly to make the sound. Most people who’ve heard of the clicker know that it’s a popular tool for dog trainers, but clickers can be used to train all kinds of animals, wild and domestic—from lions to elephants to household cats, birds and rats!

Clicker Training Basics
Once your dog seems to understand the connection between the click and the treat, you’re ready to get started. Keep these guidelines in mind to ensure your clicker training success:

Click just once, right when your pet does what you want him to do. Think of it like pressing the shutter of a camera to take a picture of the behavior.

Remember to follow every click with a treat. After you click, deliver the treat to your pet’s mouth as quickly as possible.
It’s fine to switch between practicing two or three behaviors within a session, but work on one behavior at a time. For example, say you’re teaching a dog to sit, lie down and raise his paw. You can do 10 repetitions of sit and take a quick play break. Then do 10 repetitions of down, and take another quick break. Then do 10 repetitions of shake, and so on.

Animals, like children, have short attention spans. Keep training sessions short (15 minutes or less), and stop before you or your pet gets tired of the game.

End training sessions on a good note, when your pet has succeeded with what you’re working on. If necessary, ask him to do something you know he can do well at the end of a session.

Some trainers like to click and then deliver a “jackpot”—a bunch of treats—when their pet has accomplished a particularly challenging task. Big efforts deserve big rewards!

Barcode # 793591737393
Brand BlackDog Wear
Shipping Weight 0.5000kg
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