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  • A soft foam ball at the end of the Target Stick provides a visual guide to the dog for basic obedience commands like sit or down but it is also an invaluable tool for more advanced trick training.
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--The COA Target Stick is a key accessory for clicker training.
--The telescopic design makes it convenient to transport in a pocket or treat bag when not in use. Telescopic design: 15cm retracted, 70cm extended.
30mm foam ball for clear signaling to dog.
--Training user guide included.
--A soft foam ball at the end of the Target Stick provides a visual guide to the dog for basic obedience commands like sit or down but it is also an invaluable tool for more advanced trick training.

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out of stock - deal dead
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Dogs' eyes are fine. I train all mine with hand signals they can read easily from across a park. This is just superfluous junk to carry.
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This is best if you have a tiny dog who needs a lot of physical corrections/ attention corrections that doesn't pay attention to hand or voice commands because bending down to correct a Chihuahua size dog is less ideal or if you have a bad back

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I bought this for my friend who was having a hard time correcting his small dog since he's 6'5.
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Great deal! Paid full price and worked well in training my new millennial wife.
you know, you can get them already trained Wave
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you know, you can get them already trained Wave
Yes but most of those ones have already been claimed. It's best to find a wild one and tame her yourself. It's quite the binding experience.
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Was debating purchasing this but then I saw the price already went up. +30% to the price is a dealbreaker for me and probably a good thing since it'll rarely get used.
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Dogs' eyes are fine. I train all mine with hand signals they can read easily from across a park. This is just superfluous junk to carry.
It looks useful to me. Hand signals are hard to shape with. Plus the dog may not be able to look at you during the activity. That is what makes the clicker and voice so useful.

I can see this making it easy to teach down. Add in a clicker and now we can rollover and play dead without having to bend over. After its been trained you can set a voice command to it.

I've been dog training for 8 years now. Training aids are not needed but they can speed things up.
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I bought this a few weeks ago for ~$3. My dog does pretty well with hand signals but she instantly zeroed in on this thing. So if you have a curious dog, it should work great for you. My cats were very interested in it as well.
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