Yes, you can click the iclicker style with any pressure. You can use your mouth, your foot, your knee or elbow, or any place where you can squeeze hard enough. I do advise getting the real iclickers, since I find them to be a bit softer in noise and require a bit less pressure than the chinese rip-offs. The iclickers I have gotten seem to me to be significantly softer in noise than the box clickers. In fact, I've seen this as a complaint in some of the reviews of iclickers on Amazon. You should definitely give the iclicker a try.Yeah, i need to get one of those protruding button kind...i wonder, can one click them with your mouth? when i was teaching Buddy to hold his one paw on his forehead, for "headache"
i did it by first, holding his paw,
and then, luring him to put his face UNDER that paw, to get a treat,
but, as you can picture,
i now had no hand left to CLICK!
and my box-clicker is still too loud to click by his head, either, even though i have added some tape to it to soften the noise down a bit........but i could not use either hand, both hands so close to his head, to click my box clicker.
what i ended up doing, was, for the lure---i ended up holding an upside down cup, which had some scents inside of it, and had the cup over a clicker, as the lure...then i could click Buddy for his putting his head under his paw, cuz cup muffled the click enough.
I tried it with my mouth. While not really comfortable, I was able to do it and then I had to treat the dogs, since they heard a click
I get my thumb stuck in the box clickers