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Thread: Clicker's where do I buy them?

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    Default Clicker's where do I buy them?

    OK...Candy is getting better and better, by the time she's 12months, I will be getting into some hard core training. At the moment I want to get her attention when she's in the offleash area...calling her and using my hand signal is just useless in a yard FULL of playful dogs..LOL, so I want to use the clicker as my recall TOOL...to get her attention and have her come to me whilst amoungst the pack of other playing dogs.

    My question is..... Where do I by them

    Cheers
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    Your first questions should be

    What are they and how do I use them?

    It isn't as simple as clicking and treating at first

    You can get them from blackdog.net.au

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    thanks

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    also at big w quite cheap

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    Oh really??...wow, too easy!

    I just completed my order through Black dog, but I now know for next time
    Thanks!

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    not sure where you live, but I saw clickers available at petbarn the other day (i know there are a few stores around sydney, I saw them at the alexandria store)

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    I'm in Brisbane

    I have my clicker now bought via Black Dog (very nice ppl to deal with )

    I only use it for Candy's recall when she's in the offleash area (I'm over calling her when she's in her free playtime) it's been a great tool! She hears it and comes bolting in to me..sits at my feet facing me, and waits for her treat.

    When she's alone...she'll listen and watch my hand signal for her recall...but it just doesn't happen when the offleash park is full of playfull pooches!!

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    That's great!
    Smart little Candy girl

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    If you're using it to get her attention please don't call it clicker training - that isn't what CT is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occy View Post
    If you're using it to get her attention please don't call it clicker training - that isn't what CT is.
    I have asked Morgan to edit the thread title for me and I have also edited my OP.

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