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    You trade in the clicker for a Cow-bell, once you graduate yard work. Cow-bells fly a lot further than a clicker when you need to correct, and have the added benefit for making you look like you and the dogs are herding in cows, should your dog decide to ignore the bell sound, and run wild. I thought everyone knew this

    Also you need a BIG Nerf Sling Shot, in order to get those Dog-Treats out there for water work. I believe you shoot the treat the way you'd like the dog to go, must be big float-able treats, otherwise it's unfair to the dog
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    If you are having problem with your clicker I was told they make a blue and/or yellow pill that will make your clicker command attention. Or was it stand attention.
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    I am showing you all my special duck clicker I am using on my little guy here.

    Mickey and clicker.jpg

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    I just know you all will want to order one! but I am not sure where I got it as I have had the clicker for years.
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    Mary, looks like one from D-Day, June 6th, 1944 used by US Airborn troops....

    Is it your dads or are you from that era?

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    Quote Originally Posted by swampcollielover View Post
    Mary, looks like one from D-Day, June 6th, 1944 used by US Airborn troops....

    Is it your dads or are you from that era?
    You watched The Dirty Dozen one too many times huh? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul "Happy" Gilmore View Post
    You watched The Dirty Dozen one too many times huh? lol
    Don't forget Dunkirk really "clicked" in harmony as a water retrieve too...



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    Quote Originally Posted by swampcollielover View Post
    Mary, looks like one from D-Day, June 6th, 1944 used by US Airborn troops....

    Is it your dads or are you from that era?
    No not from that era. Little bit younger. Wish I knew! It is more than 20 yo. It is fun with the puppys.
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    You watched The Dirty Dozen one too many times huh? lol
    'Twas in "The Longest Day" yer Honour that the inexact and untimely use of a clicker was well presented when Private Martini gets potted by a Kraut mit eine bolt action K80; it would never have happened if the 82nd and 101st had taken the Tritronics product.

    I don't recall the Dirty Dozen using a clicker; they were rat shot and heeling stick men who in ratcheting up the aversives against Adolfs finest got a poor and contradictory response, as would be expected and predicted by.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul "Happy" Gilmore View Post
    You watched The Dirty Dozen one too many times huh? lol
    The Dirty Dozen was not about D Day, in fact was totally fiction, but it was mentioned in Band of Brothers, and the Longest Day.....and most books written on the subject of D Day PAR assaults! I also saw one in the Eisenhower Library in Kansas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swampcollielover View Post
    The Dirty Dozen was not about D Day, in fact was totally fiction, but it was mentioned in Band of Brothers, and the Longest Day.....and most books written on the subject of D Day PAR assaults! I also saw one in the Eisenhower Library in Kansas.
    What was the purpose for which they were used?

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