Clicker Training: The best app for training your pet!

The 2.5 version of the app is officially in the app store! Click HERE or on the link to the right to open in iTunes and download the best pet training app on the market! Now downloaded in 38 countries!

Just added version 2.6! 6 awesome clicker training videos have been added to the app. Watch the pros use clicker training and get the know-how for your pets.

Version 2.6 also includes detailed descriptions on how to do each of the “Tricks Pics” section. Learn how to teach your pet to sit, roll over, stand, bow, spin, and lie down. Also added an “About Me” section so you can get to know me and my dog better!


The new free version gives a great example of the full app with a taste of tips.

Clicker training reviewed on!

“Overall, if you’re looking for a quick and easy way to get a little training in with your pet, I’d say this is $0.99 well spent.”

Check the review out here!

Welcome to clicker training! I hope you have already downloaded the app, but if you haven’t, here is a little bit about it!

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Above are some pictures of the clicker training app. Click each image to enlarge. Clicker Training is a fun to use, good looking app that uses one of the best pet training techniques in existence. Here is some more information about the app:

Do you have a hard time making your pet listen to you?

Does your dog constantly bark or jump on guest?

With the Clicker Training app, you can make the best of your pet! Not only does the app feature a clicker, it also includes what to do with it! With the training tips section, you will be training your pet in no time.

Clicker training is completely safe and guaranteed to work with the right technique. Professional trainers have been using clickers for years to train ANY type of animal.

Clickers were first used for training dolphins, but now, it is mainly used for dogs and cats. But many kinds of pets can be trained using the clicker. Pets like: dogs, cats, horses, birds, big cats, rabbits, ferrets, fish, and more!

Here’s how clicker training works – If the pet does something good, you click and give them a treat. As they begin to get the hang of it, they will only do the actions you ask them. Your pet will hear the click, and know that they were good and get a treat. This will make them repeat the good behavior anytime. This is truly a wonderful way to train your pet!

The more you train with the clicker, the more your pet will respond. Instead of taking an actual clicker everywhere you go, just take the Clicker Training app!


*An ANIMATED clicker with sound for training.

*Basic information to get familiar to clicker training.

*Beginner’s training tips to help you get started.

*Advanced training tips – Fun tricks and tips to help take your pet to the next level!

*A helpful video on clicker training. Learn from the pros!

*Tricks Pics – Pictures of various tricks. Simple examples of the tricks and the commands for them.

*How to each of the Tricks Pics. Detailed descriptions for sit, roll over, stand, spin, and lie down.

*Retina/HD graphics.

*A beautiful, easy to use graphical interface.

*More pictures, tips, and videos to come in future updates.


I would LOVE for you to go to app store on iTunes and download Clicker Training (opens iTunes on computer or iPhone/iPodTouch). If you like it, please give it good reviews to help new users know more about the app. So, stay tuned! Happy Clicking! I made this app for animal lovers. If you have ANY questions or problems, please let me know on the support page and I will assist in any way possible.

The lite version of the app, Clicker Training Lite (Version 2.0), is now available on the iTunes store. Enjoy the clicker and a taste of the tips FOR FREE. If you like the free version, you will LOVE the $0.99 version. Thanks for visiting my site!

-Kyle Davis

HappyApps Founder


13 responses to this post.

  1. Great idea for an app! As a trainer who specializes in clicker training, I can definitely appreciate having a ‘clicker’ on my at all times. Unfortunately, I don’t have an iPhone, I have a Palm Pre.

    Here’s hoping you release a version for the Pre (and other platforms) as well!

    — Juliene Bartley, C.A.P.1


    • Posted by happyapp on October 27, 2009 at 7:25 pm

      I have future plans of developing for android and other platforms. I will let everyone know if I get more apps out there! Keep posted! Thanks for the comment!


  2. Posted by Lib on December 11, 2009 at 8:35 pm

    It will not produce a sound on my iPhone. Is there a secret to it? I hit the full version


    • Posted by happyapp on December 11, 2009 at 10:18 pm

      I know it sounds simple, but make sure the sound is on by switching the button on the left side of the phone up. Also, click the volume button up multiple times to make sure the volume is up. If those are on and turned up, you should hear it. If not, Restart the phone. If THAT doesn’t work, sync the phone with your computer and restart after the sync is complete. Please feel free to let me know if you are still having trouble. Thanks for asking for help! Hope it works out ok! -Kyle Davis


  3. Posted by Alan J Turner on June 9, 2010 at 3:05 pm

    Hi Kyle.

    I really like your app! It’s simple and gets to the point! I am suggesting that all my clients buy it!

    Anyone who likes your app would like mine! Dog and Puppy Shake – Fun Facts and Trainer Truths. How’s Bentley – Memphis TN
    How’s Bentley – Memphis TN


    • Posted by happyapp on June 10, 2010 at 6:47 pm

      Thank you very much! It was my first iPhone app and that was my goal. To make it simple, easy to use, and useful. Thanks for the comment and I’ll send people to your site as well. Happy Clicking! -Kyle D.


  4. Posted by Lori on October 1, 2010 at 12:46 am

    I would love to see this app with a click counter and an automatic/re-settable timer! This would make collecting data about training sessions so much easier!!!


    • Posted by happyapp on December 22, 2010 at 4:25 pm

      I’m actually looking into this. A new feature might be a individual clicker count and training sessions. I might also add a world wide clicker counter that totals all the clicks. Look for this as a possibility in the next update! Thanks for the comment!


  5. Posted by Allison on December 22, 2010 at 9:24 am

    Really love this app. Wish you had one for puppy training we just got a puppy not to long ago and he loves to bite your hands. Hope to see more from you.


    • Posted by happyapp on December 22, 2010 at 4:19 pm

      Glad you like it! Hope the newer version helps. Just keep working on clicker training with the puppy. It does take more patients with a puppy, but they are like children. Children learn sooooo much VERY quickly. They are like a sponge. So, the more they learn right and wrong now will help later. Make sure you click and treat them for ANY good behavior. If it bites at your hand for the treat, say “No”, and have it do something right, like sit, and then click and treat. If the puppy knows that the biting was wrong and the sitting was right, it will start to sit more than bite. Good luck and thanks for the comment. I will look into adding a section for puppy training.


  6. Posted by cherkmalady on December 30, 2010 at 5:23 am

    Awesome app… my dog learned pretty quickly! You have a VERY cute dog! And app designer is pretty easy on the eyes, as well! ;=)

    Can’t wait for your next app!


  7. Posted by cherkmalady on December 30, 2010 at 5:25 am

    Great idea on the timer! I like that.


  8. Posted by Nicke on August 22, 2011 at 5:37 am

    I am a new puppy owner and were trying to find out where I can buy a clicker, and found your app so I dont have to order a real one.

    Just bought your App and will start training my lab puppy…


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