Bridge Clicker, the orginal (!) from ACME

 24,95 incl btw/vat

Initially, this loud clicker was developed for the air landing of the Allies of World War II at D-Day on June 6, 1944, and was manufactured under the highest secrecy by J Hudson & Co. in Birmingham. Directly after the war, these clickers were introduced to animal training for the first time by Keller and Marian Breland. These former students of professor Skinner used this clicker as a bridge signal, described by Skinner. Now ACT! brings this original clicker back into modern animal training. A real collector’s item, a real special gift for your training friends! This is the World’s best clicker from the original makers. J. Hudson & Co (UK). Made from solid brass complete with a handmade leather wrist lanyard

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The bridge was not introduced into the dog training world by sea mammal trainers in the 1990s. If we go back in history, it was actually Keller and Marian Brelands who introduced the use of a clicker signal just after the Second World War. This former student of professor Skinner worked with bridge signals under his supervision. They were so convinced about the power of these bridge signals that they introduced this into the professional animal training world.

A bridge signal is a clear signal telling the animal that reinforcement is on its way. One of the golden rules in animal training is ‘clear communication!’ Nowadays, we read a lot about marker training. Trainers talk about an audible marker, a signal like a clicker, whistle, or word. A marker or bridge signal is not new in the dog training world. But it seems to be relatively new in the detection dog community. Now you can get this original clicker!

 

Weight 0,180 kg
Dimensions 10 × 5 × 2 cm

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