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Triple Crown Clicker

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2 out of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Triple Crown Clicker
Review 1 for Triple Crown Clicker
6 of 12 found this review helpful.
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5 out of 5
Sturdy and Dependable
By:TJ -Morgantown WV
Date:February 26, 2013
Pet:Cat
This is a great clicker for the price; I have paid this much for flimsy ones that did not last. I would definitely recommend this product at Entirely Pets price
Review 2 for Triple Crown Clicker
6 of 13 found this review helpful.
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Love it!
By:sapphirecp
Date:August 7, 2012
 fromLas Vegas, Nevada
Pet:Multiple Pets
Breed:Chihuahuas & cats
Small, compact, easy to use & carry. Like the sound.
Review 3 for Triple Crown Clicker
8 of 14 found this review helpful.
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THIS is the clicker you want!
By:David - Richmond, Va.
Date:June 12, 2009
In clicker training, timing is EVERYTHING! If you are late on the click, trying reinforce what ever action you are trying to mark, then you have missed your chance to mark it.
Most people use the regular box clickers. I find the box style clickers awkward, and often find myself fumbling around trying to work the box clicker and missing the action I was trying to mark!
With the Tripple Crown, the clicker fits easily into your hand. It is quite easy to hold both the clicker and a treat in your hand which is a big help as you begin to fade the click/lure later in training.
The click is very reliable and workable, in that when you want it, the CLICK is right there, marking the dog's action.
Get several, you'll loose just the one.
I have seen dogs afraid of any loud clicker, and this one is about the same as the box clickers in volume. If your dog is really shy, you may have to build his confidence about clickers in general. Or find some of the 'soft' sounding clickers available.
(A lot said about a $4 clicker!)