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Elroy: Standard Poodle, Born 02/20/21
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Is there one clicker that works better than another, or doesn't it matter? Human comfort (size & shape) is probably the part that matters, because (I think) a click is a click. And specific recommendations? Multi packs?
 

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Just get the cheapest one, and don't lose it.

This is what I bought.

 

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Just get the cheapest one, and don't lose it.

This is what I bought.

I prefer this type too since it’s easy to slip on the wrist. Buy several, I find they are easy to lose.

I also use word cues because I don’t always have a clicker with me.
 
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Leo (GSD), Lily (APBT), and Simon (SPoo)
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The best clicker is the one you can actually find. 🤣

Seriously, though, I've got several box clickers and several button clickers. The box clickers are usually louder than the button clickers. One of my friends uses a verbal click, so that she doesn't have to be bothered with hunting one down.
 

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Ginger, red toy poodle (Casey, black toy poodle RIP 02/23/2021)
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I snapped my fingers and pointed with a command to Sit or Stay. I clapped when I wanted him to come. I was always curious about clickers. I just never got around to getting one and then I didn't need it.
 
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