AutoClicker is the automatic clicker system that allows you to train your dog with a simple click of your mouse. The idea is that the clicker will make a training noise every time your dog performs an action correctly, or when he has been made to perform an action incorrectly. It is designed for use on small dogs only. The program works as such: if your dog performs the wrong action, then a bell is set off and your dog automatically performs the right action. If the dog performs it correctly, then the bell is set off again.
An autoclicker program works in a variety of ways. First of all, they are controlled by your keyboard, or by a computer that is connected to your PC via USB cable. An autoclicker system will have a number of preset commands you can assign to it. These commands are used to trigger the clicker for different actions. You can activate the system manually by clicking the button at the bottom right of your screen. In order for the system to do its job properly, it should be programmed to do this automatically whenever a certain command is typed. If you do not have the ability to do this, then you may wish to buy a manual clicker so that you don't have to deal with this problem.
One important thing to remember when using an autoclicker, is to never click the clicker when you are holding the dog. If you happen to get your finger caught on the trigger, your dog will not be happy with this action and will most likely not perform the desired action. It is best to use your pointer or a toy to make sure that your dog does not make contact with the clicker. It is also important to use the clicker in a quiet environment, so as not to cause unnecessary alarm for your dog. The clicker does not want to scare your dog, it wants to simply teach him to perform his actions correctly. The click sound of the clicker can only scare him if you place it in a room with loud noises.