Clix Multi-Clicker Reviews
Product Type: Clix dog accessories
Newest Review: ... the human owner to speak to the dog in a more meaningful way. I rushed out to my local pet supermarket and bought the CLIX ... more
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Clix - Traning Aids - Multi Clicker
Last Update 24.05.2013 02:55
Clix Multi Clicker
Last Update 24.05.2013 02:55
Gift Set Clever Boy - 4 peice gift set
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3 to 4 days
by - written on 11/07/12 (Very useful, 100 readings)
The newest addition to our household is the adorable Ollie; a golden cocker spaniel from a rescue centre who came to stay with us at the age of two. On his arrival we were delighted to see that Ollie knew all the basic commands and was very ready to please. He could sit, and soon would lie, stay and wait for his food. His recall was not so good, and what little training he had in this area seemed to quickly disappear once he had experienced our novice approach to dog walking. Gradually the call of the rabbits overcame his desire to please us, and we had to embark on some serious training to avoid falling out with our local park keeper for ever. Reading ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/11 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I tried to get into the clicker training with my dogs and what better way but to buy a clicker. It is probably just the fact I didn't really get on with the clicker or my dog training was a different kind of training to what clicker needed. The basic idea to clicker training is that when the dog completes a desired task the clicker is clicked to signify that the task was correct. The clicker basically replaces the verbal praise to let the dog know it is correct. Coupled with a treat the dog then hears the click and knows a treat is coming. I tend to not train with food as I want the dog to work because I've asked it to not because it may ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Clix Multi-Clicker We have been talking about getting a dog for what felt like years and finally after moving from the city to the country we decided the time was right. I wasn't that picky on what kind of dog we ended up with, initially we thought that we might get a smaller dog, as I had previously (when I was young) had a Yorkshire Terrier that was just lovely. However, my hubby fancied a labradoodle as he can be slightly allergic to some dogs. We looked around and our timing seemed to be perfect and there were labradoodle pups available and ready to take home close to our area. We went out to see them and the mother was huge, but lovely. We ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/09 (Very useful, 235 readings)
With a wedding approaching it was only natural that we would start to discuss a family. We both agreed that although a family was certainly on the agenda we were not 100% ready for kids; however a canine friend would be a welcome addition to our family, we really didn't want a baby and a puppy at the same time for practical reasons. We discussed breeds and after some deliberation decided that due to friendly temperament, small size and lively personality the Beagle would give us years of enjoyment and would be a great dog to have around children. We found ourselves becoming quite obsessed looking at websites, books and even You Tube to get a thorough ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Let's face facts, if you are looking for some guidance on how to train your dog from the outset you are probably feeling pretty much stressed - I know I was - so I'll try to keep this review as straightforward as possible. I'd actually threatened to buy a clicker for my older dog but never got around to it, however when I got a new puppy who quickly transformed into 'Thunder Thug,' as an adolescent, I knew I had to do something. Firstly you can buy several 'packages' of clicker. You can buy a standard, stand alone clicker. One tone and no instructions. You can buy a two tone clicker and small instruction booklet You can buy a ... Read the complete review
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