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StarMark Pro-Training Deluxe Clicker

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StarMark Pro-Training Deluxe Clicker

$2.51

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Product Summary:

Starmark Pro-Training Deluxe Clicker

The Starmark Pro-Training Deluxe Clicker will make training your dog a breeze with its scientific method of training safely and easily. It features an ergonomic design that is comfortable to hold in your hand, and the easy-to-find and -press raised button helps prevent missed clicks. Featuring a stainless steel clicker element that won’t rust, with a convenient carry wrist band, the Starmark Pro-Training Deluxe Clicker also includes a step-by-step training guide to insure proper use.

Features:

  • Convenient carry wrist band
  • Scientific method of training safely and easily
  • Shape and reward positive behavior
  • Step-by-step training guide included
  • Stainless steel clicker won’t rust
  • Ergonomic design is comfortable in hand
  • Raised button is easy to find and press
Item Number Model Number UPC
497346 PTCD 873199001215

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Skip this and get the Karen Pryor clicker
It doesn't click. Poor quality plastic case, loose button, no click. Just spend the same 2 dollars at Karen Pryor who invented clicker training- her stuff works and lasts. I kept the wrist wrap and tossed the rest.
August 22, 2016
Love the wrist strap.
picked this because of the wrist strap. Good product- I only wish the wrist strap was made with something stronger. I'm worried about it breaking My goldendoodle took to clicker training immediately.
April 30, 2014
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Why did you choose this?
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needing to have a painless training method for my new puppy
ROBIN V on Sep 11, 2017
Needed a clicker
Elena B on Mar 3, 2017
needing to have a painless training method for my new puppy
ROBIN V on Sep 11, 2017
For obedience training of a young dog
Robin D on May 6, 2017
Needed a clicker
Elena B on Mar 3, 2017
students were interested in trying clicker training their rescue dogs.
susan h on Feb 13, 2017
Excellent Choice for Dog Training.
NITIMAS US67 C on Jan 5, 2016
my son is dog trainer
PHILLIP G on Sep 12, 2015
Puppy training
JANET T on Mar 24, 2015
training
Jennifer J on Dec 15, 2014
Needed clickers.
DANETTE S on Dec 10, 2014
My dog starts school soon and I needed a clicker... this one had a wrist strap and seemed like it would fit in my hand easily
William S on Nov 25, 2014
As a professional mark and reward trainer I'm always looking for good quality clickers at a good price.
MARTIN S on Nov 1, 2014
wrist strap
wayne g on Sep 12, 2014
Simply stated: Clicker training works!
Monica G on Jun 6, 2014
want to try clicker training.
Tom and Lori R on Apr 11, 2014
Dog training
Liz P on Feb 25, 2014
For obedience training of a young dog
Robin D on May 6, 2017
students were interested in trying clicker training their rescue dogs.
susan h on Feb 13, 2017
I have 4 Chihuahuas do I need to get that many clickers for all of them to have this item work?
sandy f on Mar 12, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Nope! Each of your dogs will respond to one clicker sound, so you really only need one. They don't each need their own individual ones, and they will not differentiate between them.

My one dog has about three clickers, and it does not matter which one I use (I just like to have spares in different places since I tend to misplace things). So, even if you don't need one for each dog it might be helpful to have several on hand.

Assuming the webmaster here doesn't mind a book recommendation... there are a lot of great books on clicker training out there. Karen Pryor's 'Getting Started: Clicker Training for Dogs' is the classic, and is a great place to start.

Best of luck!