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PetSafe Clik-R 狗狗训练响片，3" 长 X 1.5" 宽 X 1" 高
PetSafe Clik-R Dog Training Clicker. Teach your dog tricks like waving, bowing, and spinning with the PetSafe Clik-R Dog Training Clicker. Clicker training is not just for dogs, either. Though it has gained the most popularity in dog training, clicker training can be used very effectively with cats and horses and many other species. Essentially the concepts are the same, though the food treats and/or other rewards you use may differ. Any animal that likes to eat can be trained using these methods. The PetSafe Clik-R Dog Training Clicker is especially well suited to train cats, as the softer-sounding click is well accepted by them. Cats do best with shorter sessions and very high-value rewards.
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The spring works great, so there is a consistent sound to each click. The elastic strap has held it's shape through the grind of hourly installation and removal.
Quite honestly, it is going to outlast my patience. I think I may have resolved to having a home with a cat on the counter at all times.
I've heard the clicker described as 'taking a snapshot' of the behavior you want to reward. The reward reinforces the behavior and the click marks/captures the moment that the behavior was done, so you don't have to have ninja-like treat delivery in order to train effectively. 1 click = 1 treat consistently. I actually find the clicker most useful for marking and rewarding behavior that is spontaneous/un-cued, like when my dog is laying down calmly or walking on loose leash on his own accord. By clicking and rewarding when good behavior happens, it will happen more and you don't have to keep giving commands :)
I put a lanyard on mine..... it would be nice if it came with one because the finger loop isn't secure enough if you want it with you while you do other things..... but oh well. It came with a pamphlet on clicker training which was surprisingly thorough, but in my humble opinion Karen Pryor's unfortunately named book "Don't Shoot the Dog" is an absolute must for anyone who wants to understand how to best use clicker training, and how/why it works. It's very understandable but in-depth enough you'll understand how to do complex training.
So far I really like this clicker. I do wish it were a 2-pack (because I lose things), but ultimately I decided I'd rather have one really good clicker that would give me the best chance for good timing with minimal frustration, rather than 6 cheapo clickers I'd be fumbling with and breaking. So far so good.