Clicker training has grown up on the Internet, through the communication of trainers from all walks of life meeting online to discuss their trials and their joys. Today there are a variety of clicker training discussions groups and websites, including at least one for every species and application imaginable, all populated with wonderful folks who are eager to help. Check out some of the biggest and best, and join the clicker training community!
- ClickerSolutions: A beginner-friendly discussion list for owners of dogs and other animals; the largest of all the clicker groups.
- Click-L: The original clicker list and website, with close monitoring to stay on subject.
- Bird-Click: A list for all-positive clicker training for birds, especially parrots and parrot family: tricks, socialization, controlling screaming, free flight training, and lots more.
- ClickRyder: This is "THE" equine clicker training list!
- Cat-Clicker: The cat clicker list is wonderful fun, both to read for amusement and to go to with questions as you clicker train your cat.
- Click to Calm List: For people treating reactive, shy, or aggressive dogs. Moderated by Emma Parsons, author of Click to Calm: Healing the Aggressive Dog.
Check out all the clicker training Yahoo Groups!
KPCT's sister sites
- TAGteach: Clicker training applied to humans! An outgrowth of the clicker training movement that has created new and exciting methods and technologies for training everyone from athletes to special needs students.
- ClickFlicks: Take five minutes, learn a new skill! Download books and videos on all aspects of clicker training, including short video lessons for teaching tricks, using cues and targets, and more!
- Pryor Foundation: The mission of the Pryor Foundation is to promote the study and application of marker-based training to influence behavior in humans and animals.
- Click On! The Clicker Life Store: Clothing, accessories and novelties that show off the clicker lifestyle.
Prominent clicker trainers
- Kay Laurence's Learning About Dogs
- Morgan Spector's Best Behavior Dog Training
- Peggy Tillman's Magic Paws
- Carolyn Clark's Centre for Applied Canine Behaviour
- Shirley Chong's Well-Mannered Dog
- Joan Orr's Doggone Crazy Bite Prevention
- Alexandra Kurland's Clicker Center for Horses
- Virginia Broitman and Sherri Lippman's Take a Bow ... Wow!
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