I really like clicker training my dogs because the communication is so clear and so enthusiastic. The moment of the click tells the dog, “YES! That’s what I wanted you to do! You got it!” all in a fraction of a second. I’ve been using clickers for dog training for years now, and always keep a bunch around the house. Here are some popular clickers…the first two items are clicker training kits, everything you need to get started.
StarMark Clicker Dog Training SystemKaren Pryor, Getting Started: Clicker Training for Dogs KitKaren Pryor i-Click Clicker 5 PackTear Drop Shaped Dog Training Clicker(4pack)Big Button Dog Clicker with Wrist Band for Clicker Training , Click and Train Dog, Cat, Horse, Pets (red+green+blue+black)
For information on clicker training itself, here is the link to the other articles on clicker training dogs on this site.
So there you have it. Sometimes people just use a baby food jar lid or a retractable ball-point pen, but I do think these inexpensive clickers for dog training do make the communication clearer. And that is what it’s all about!