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Hannah  M.
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Rating: 4

Good training

posted 5 years ago

THese clicker training tools are a great way to get your dog started they also offer a chance for the younger generation to train without harming the pets.

Pros: great for young teachers

Cons: dog not listening

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naneki26 k.
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Rating: 5

They listen for food and clicks

posted 5 years ago

Clicker training is great and these are a nice thing to have as you can hang them and hopefully not loose them.

Pros: brightly colored, easy to find

Cons: none

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