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PetSafe Clik-R Dog Training Tool

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Description

Make training easy and fun with PetSafe’s Clik-R Dog Training Tool! Simply click the device to let your dog know that it’s time to train and that she’s about to get a treat for all her hard work. After continuous use, your smart pup will start associating the click with a tasty reward and will be ready for almost any command you throw her way! This training tool comes with a finger strap, located on the back for an easy, comfortable and secure grip and every purchase comes with an introductory training guide to help you and your canine companion get started.

Key Benefits
  • Helps your dog associate the sound of the click with a training command and a tasty reward, of course!
  • The included finger strap allows you to easily hold the clicker with one hand.
  • Compact for easy portability so you can train your dog almost anywhere!
  • Comes with a handy introductory clicker training guide to help you get started.
  • PetSafe’s purple Click-R is designed to make training easy and fun.

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  • Item Number
    154658
  • Lifestage
    Puppy, Adult, Senior
  • Features
    Training
  • Material
    Plastic
Instructions

Start by setting everyone up for success:

  • Train when your pet is somewhat hungry.
  • Ensure any “potty needs” have already been met.
  • Work in a space that is not too exciting or overstimulating.
  • If necessary, restrict the pet’s movement with a harness or leash, or even using a crate to manage the pet’s movements.

If the pet is not interested in interacting with you, be patient and take it slow. If progress doesn’t pick up within a few minutes, take a break and come back to work again later.

FAQ

Why use a Clik-R sound instead of your voice?

Using a consistent sound has several benefits over a spoken word when teaching your pet a new behavior.

The sound is unique when used only during training, unlike our voice which the pet hears all the time.

The sound is consistent. It sounds the same every time and has the same meaning – a reward is coming – every time. Our voice can say the same word in very different ways and often does due to our emotions and meaning.

The sound is clear. We often string many words together like, “Oh, what a good doggie!” making it difficult or impossible for an animal to pick out a clear marker to indicate the correct behavior.

The sound is precise. The sound is short and can mark the smallest and most subtle behaviors like a glance or turn of the head. The precise sound can improve our timing when marking the exact behavior we want.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Wonderful product! Great investment for your dog and your sanity!

    By AnniesMom on Oct 7, 2021

    Got my clicker, got some small treats and found out I can train my two dogs at once side by side and they do not fight with each other or try to play during training. Wonderful! Best investment in training your puppy or older dog! Easy to follow instructions and very fast shipping! Who can ask for anything more???

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Takes some getting used to

    By Angie on Aug 30, 2021

    I considered returning this item because it did not consistently make the click sound when I pressed down on it. Since the purpose of the clicker is to have persistent marking, it didn't really serve it's purpose. I fiddled with it some more, and seems like you have to press it in a specific spot to make it work.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Too quiet for puppy to hear in class

    By Nessa on Aug 15, 2021

    The elastic strap makes it easy to keep this clicker in hand and it is loud enough to use in a distraction free environment. However, when we are training in puppy class, it makes a remarkably softer sound than the clickers that the trainer gave everyone. I can't recommend it for diverse situations as it just can't complete with all the other noise.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Defective

    By petsitter1 on Sep 2, 2021

    The clicker i received made no sound. I assume its just defective which happens. But I read through reviews and this happens often apparently. Which leads me to believe it probably isn't a durable product and would likely break quickly anyhow.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Too hard to push

    By Kitty on Aug 6, 2021

    When we first received this, it was very difficult to push it. My hubby finally managed to use it for one training session, but the next day, he couldn't get it to work anymore. He will try to unscrew it to fix it, but it should not be that difficult.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Clik R Dog

    By Rosie on Sep 28, 2021

    This thing doesn’t work. It’s so hard to click it kept getting stuck. Don’t recommend . Waste of money

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    No sound at all.

    By Love on Oct 7, 2021

    You can barely hear it very cheap material cheap cheap cheap cheap not worth the money.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Does not click

    By 2puppies on Aug 11, 2021

    Initially, this clicker was difficult to push, resulting in a delayed click - which meant it was unhelpful for training. It then stopped clicking.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    It’s ok and I wouldn’t buy it again

    By Alyssabells on Oct 10, 2021

    I recently purchased this to train my dogs and neither one responded to it.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Exactly what I needed!

    By OpalMom on Apr 2, 2021

    I've never done clicker training before so I read a lot of reviews before deciding on this one; I'm glad I did! Initially I thought I wanted one with a wrist band but I think this is much better. I'm able to use both hands easily with this so clicking, and giving a reward is much quicker when I catch the right behavior. The elastic fits snugly around two of my fingers and I give a treat with the other hand. There's no fumbling with a wrist strap or having the clicker swinging around to possibly hit your pup, etc. Some of the reviews said it wasn't loud enough. I don't know if maybe they got one that didn't work well or what because unless you're training in an area with a lot of background noise I've never done clicker training before so I read a lot of reviews before deciding on this one; I'm glad I did! Initially I thought I wanted one with a wrist band but I think this is much better. I'm able to use both hands easily with this so clicking, and giving a reward is much quicker when I catch the right behavior. The elastic fits snugly around two of my fingers and I give a treat with the other hand. There's no fumbling with a wrist strap or having the clicker swinging around to possibly hit your pup, etc. Some of the reviews said it wasn't loud enough. I don't know if maybe they got one that didn't work well or what because unless you're training in an area with a lot of background noise, the volume is fine. … more

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