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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-22-2011, 04:03 AM Thread Starter
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Clicker training various animals in the house with the same clicker?

I have been clicker training my cats, and they have been making huge improvements. Now I would like to introduce the clicker to my puppy. Can my puppy, or cat mistake that the clicker is for him when I'm working with the other. When I train my cat I go to the other room, but I believe Iron can hear it! I do not want to cause a mess!
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-22-2011, 07:39 AM
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Same clicker is fine... you may end up with some of (look what's happening on the sofa).


You may have to put them in different rooms, but they learn that it's their turn. Same with ANY training, our pets can hear 'training' whether a clicker is involved or not (may smell the food ).




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Awe that kittie was so cute trying to take part!! Haha!! She wanted to be part of the fun!!! Yeah I will keep on dividing them. Everytime I give food, or eat I have my cat right under me trying to do all his tricks to get attention! It is so funny, so when I give Iron his food I find imediatly find my cat trying to claim it is his!!
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