Universal Remote Portable Animal Dog Pet Button Clicker Sound Training Tool Control Wrist Band Accessory
Start training your pet Dog now, it is never too late to get that obedience you need, and it is always fun to teach your dog new tricks, your pet dog will also love the attention and treats while learning
When should you start training a dog?
Young puppies have short attention spans but you can expect them to begin to learn simple obedience commands such as “sit,” “down,” and “stay,” as young as 7 to 8 weeks of age.
Formal dog training has traditionally been delayed until 6 months of age. Actually, this juvenile stage is a very poor time to start.
Your Dog Is Never Too Old for Training.
It’s never too late to train a dog. … The trick to training an older dog (who may have picked up some bad manners over the years) is to teach him to think about what behaviours he should do to earn a reward and how to respond when he is asked to perform that behaviour.
Basically, you want to “catch” good behaviour with the clicker. What this means is that you want to train your dog that whenever you click (which means he has done something good.) The way we train the dog to respond to the clicker is simply by clicking and immediately treating the dog. It won’t take your dog long to understand that whenever he hears the clicker he’ll get a treat. This is an essential step in clicker training your dog. Another term that we will use is a jackpot. This is an extra reward that you give your dog, usually when he has done exceptionally well or performed the trick perfectly for the first time.
- Small weight and handy to carry.
- Comfortable shape to hold.
- Small enough to be hidden in your palm.
- Raised button to activate the click.
- Includes wrist strap.
- Teach tricks and develop your relationship with your pets
- Size: 6cm x 3cm x 1.5cm
Example of Tricks
Trick #1 – Respond to the clicker
Step 1: Click and give your dog a treat.
Step 2: Repeat about 30 times. This teaches your dog to associate the click with the treat.
Step 3: To maintain this connection, it is important to follow the rule: Never click without treating and never treat without clicking
Trick #2 – Name
Step 1: Ignore your dog until he looks directly at you. Click and treat.
Step 2: Do this several times, eventually adding your dog’s name right before you click and treat.
Step 3: Continue doing this until your dog will look at you when you say his name.
2 x Pet Dog Training Clicker – Please choose a colour at checkout