A&S Creavention PetClicker Big Button clicker Keychain x 3pcs

A&S Creavention PetClicker Big Button clicker Keychain x 3pcs

  • Condition: 100% Brand New

  • Material: PVC Plastic

  • Ergonomic design, comfortable to hold

  • Great for training Obedience/HTM/Agility.

  • Color as show on picture

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Clicker Training

A&S Creavention PetClicker Big Button clicker Keychain x 3pcs
This set of 4 training clickers help create and maintain a harmonious and balanced home for pet owners looking for positive ways to teach new tricks to pets. Keep one in every room in your house! It will exceed your expectations in shaping your pet’s behavior. Efficient, professional training tool for your home use: Large yellow button emits distinctive noise, which may at first startle sensitive hearing animal, however even the most sensitive of pets (dogs for instance) will quickly adapt when they realize each click has a meaning and a possible reward attached to a good behavior. Well-made to endure repeated use as the training method is tied to consistency in order to produce or exceed expected results. Visible release position of the button for users to comfortably push down and create a clear clicking sound, no mix messages. These training clickers come with a wristband to keep the essential training tool handy for immediate reach. Get great results, fast! These training clickers shape pets behavior to up to 50% faster. Sit, stay, give or shake paw, come back again, lay on stomach, fetch, bring back and more tricks can be achieved in a matter of hours or a couple of days.

How to Potty train a Dog | Clicker Training Dogs

To teach the dog to obey basic commands you need a collar, a leash, and lots of patience. A handbook proposes the following: 1) Give a simple command, 2) show what you want the dog to do and 3) immediately give praise when the dog obeys. The tone is more important than the choice of words. A command should be given in a certain way, and praise should be given in a happy and affectionate way.

Physical punishment such as hitting or kicking the dog, does not help. Marcos, the dog trainer quoted earlier, says: I simply say sharply, ‘No’ to let the dog know that I do not like what it does. A dog is intelligent enough to understand when you compliment and when you rebuke.

If necessary, more drastic measures, you can grab the scruff of the neck and shake the dog lightly while saying No. Any correction should be administered during or immediately after the unwanted behavior. Remember that a dog can not understand what it has done wrong it can go several minutes or hours until it is corrected. The also do not understand why a particular behavior is allowed at one time but not at another. Please be consistent.

The basis for all of obedience is the command Sit! If your dog listen to the command, you can control it when it becomes active. For example, tell the dog to sit on it starts jumping up at visitors. To teach the dog to sit, you can give the command Sit! While pressing lightly on the dog’s rear and pulling his head slightly upward at the leash. Give praise immediately. Repeat these steps until the dog can sit on command.

To teach the dog to sit still, you can give the command Sit! While standing in front of the dog at arm and palm against the dog. If the dog gets up, say No and make sure it sits down again. Repeat the command and give praise when the dog remains briefly. When the dog obeys you can gradually increase the time it sits and then the distance between you and the dog.

The best way to teach a dog to come when you call it is to use a long rope and make a slight tug as you say the dog’s name and give the command Hit! Back when the dog comes to you, and give constantly praise. It will not be long until it comes when you call, without having to use the rope. If your dog runs away and do not listen to Hit! Call when it and running in the opposite direction. Many times the dog will instinctively start to chase you.

Clicker Training Dogs : tips for beginners, training with a pointer.

Training using a clicker is a type of training with positive reinforcement contingent, is implemented by the audio signal. The clicker is a special charm to click the button. He used a click when the dog needs to understand that it has completed exactly what she demanded from the trainer. This method of training that excludes physical contact, the first to use the dolphin trainers, which was necessary to accustom the animals to the desired behavior.

Animals elaborated positive conditioned reflex to a specific signal. The result is that this signal, in this case a click conditional became positive reinforcement.

You do not need to punish and correct.

A standard training you clarify your pet, what to do, sometimes using excessive force. After reaching the desired behavior of the dog are encouraged, if there is no result, then punished. Only observation is required in clicker training over how the dog behaves and should click “clicker” when it does what you need. Click advance should contact the animal to give pleasure, that is, there should be a positive correlation on the signal. Pleasure can be in the form of praise or delicious food, in general, all that will bring joy to your four-legged friend. In the case of the dog mistakes you need to wait and try again.

Replacing the click of praise

Trainers who use this type of learning, paying attention to the formation of the desired behavior, and they do not focus on the termination of the unnecessary. For example, you do click in when the dog is, and do not start shouting at her when she jumps. Thus, you encourage the right behavior of the dog, seeking from it necessary for you result. Upon reaching the target (the dog quickly falls on the team), you begin to encourage her praise, and continue to use the clicker to work out a new team.

Hearing dogs thin. They perfectly even hear a soft click the clicker and quickly learn the connection between the sound and something good. Dogs understand that in the event of a repetition of actions that you require, you do click over and over again. Thus, gradually, they become your partners in the process of their own learning.