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People think that clicker training is just for dogs but the truth is that cats also love it! It's fun, useful, a way to exercise your cat's mind & body and it helps to build and strengthen a bond between you and your cat!

 

Start with quick and easy tricks like a high-five or a sit, and soon your cat will be going through agility courses or trained to a harness for outdoor walks! Trust me, there's no downside to this wonderful tool!


Watch this video of Samantha Bell, trainer/mentor of the Jackson Galaxy Project's Cat Pawsitive Program for some helpful and fun tips to get started!

 

Caution: As with any product, supervise your pet's use of this toy. Inspect product regularly for rips or tears and remove toy if damaged or if parts become separated, as injury could result. Intended for pets only. Keep out of reach of children.

  • This particular clicker has a more muted click than the traditional box clicker, making it great, even for sound sensitive animals.
  • Comes with a wrist coil that expands to fit different size wrists or even to wear around your elbow or most biceps.
  • For more info, check out this webpage that features a 5-page guide all about clicker training cats.


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A.H. (Baton Rouge, US)
The Perfect Cat Clicker

This clicker is perfect! I love the Jackson Galaxy logo on it, and the stretchy bracelet band will fit almost anybody. Can't wait to use it to expand my cat's repertoire!

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Anne Stacy (Shawnee, US)

Pawsitive Reinforcement Training Clicker

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Mike (Delavan, US)
Training

The clicker works great to get my cats attention. I will work on training him.

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Michele (Phoenix, US)
Excellent way of communicating with my cats!

I’ve found that cats really respond to the sound of me shaking the treat can, but that’s very awkward if I want to teach them to high five. I needed a clicker to pair with the treat. We’re working on high fiving now.

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Dusty White (San Jose, US)
Baby steps!

I have 2 rescue cats (2 yrs old). They are making great progress at owning the house and have just begun using the clicker. As of yet, they have not put the treat-sounds together…they just want the treats!