Click & Treat Cat Bundle
Click & Treat Cat Bundle
Click & Treat Cat Bundle
Click & Treat Cat Bundle
Click & Treat Cat Bundle
Click & Treat Cat Bundle
Click & Treat Cat Bundle
Click & Treat Cat Bundle
Click & Treat Cat Bundle
Click & Treat Cat Bundle
Click & Treat Cat Bundle

Click & Treat Cat Bundle

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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!

The Click & Treat Bundle is a great starter kit for any cat guardian who wants to start with quick and easy tricks like a high-five or a sit, and work your way up to your cat going through agility courses or trained to a harness for outdoor walks!

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!

The process is simple - it's all about rewarding the requested behavior with a click and then a treat! Pawsitive reinforcement all the way!

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.

Bundle & Save! With this Click & Treat Bundle you can choose one wet treat and one dry treat.

Choose One Package of a Wet Treat by Inaba Churu:

  • Inaba Churu Chicken 
  • Inaba Churu Tuna
  • each 2 oz package includes 4 tubes
  • no grains, preservatives or artificial colors 

 

Choose One Package of a Dry Treat by Bravo:

  • Healthy Bites 100% Chicken Breast (1.5 oz)
  • Healthy Bites 100% Turkey Breast (1.0 oz)
  • Healthy Medley Mariner's Medley - Salmon, Cod, Shrimp (0.75 oz)


For more info on clicker trainining, check out this webpage that features a 5-page guide all about clicker training cats.

 

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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Karen Hamill (Dimondale, US)
Treat bundle

My cat and I are learning clicker training. this bundle was a great starter!

D
Donna Booth (Randolph, US)
My cat loves it!

My cat Zoey who is a 1 yr old Maine Coon/Rag doll mix absolutely loves the treats both dehydrated (Mariners mix) and smooth pate so, she took to the clicker training right away! 1st was "Come" then " high 5" on the very 1st day! This is so much fun and a great bonding experience with your cat. I highly recommend 😁

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Juliana Wright (Lubbock, US)
My dogcat Max

My Maine Coon thinks he's a dog and at 4 months he is totally taking to the training. We're gonna start working on fetch soon! :)

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DEBBIE Jordan (Wilmington, US)
Clicker

Been using when I give my cat treats. Working pretty good.

C
Corry Gott (San Jose, US)
Cat did not like treats

My cat did not like the treats at all. But that doesn't mean anything except I have a picky cat. As for the clicker haven't tried yet for I already have trained my cat to some degree.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
60%
(3)
20%
(1)
0%
(0)
20%
(1)
0%
(0)
K
Karen Hamill (Dimondale, US)
Treat bundle

My cat and I are learning clicker training. this bundle was a great starter!

D
Donna Booth (Randolph, US)
My cat loves it!

My cat Zoey who is a 1 yr old Maine Coon/Rag doll mix absolutely loves the treats both dehydrated (Mariners mix) and smooth pate so, she took to the clicker training right away! 1st was "Come" then " high 5" on the very 1st day! This is so much fun and a great bonding experience with your cat. I highly recommend 😁

J
Juliana Wright (Lubbock, US)
My dogcat Max

My Maine Coon thinks he's a dog and at 4 months he is totally taking to the training. We're gonna start working on fetch soon! :)

D
DEBBIE Jordan (Wilmington, US)
Clicker

Been using when I give my cat treats. Working pretty good.

C
Corry Gott (San Jose, US)
Cat did not like treats

My cat did not like the treats at all. But that doesn't mean anything except I have a picky cat. As for the clicker haven't tried yet for I already have trained my cat to some degree.