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Hotter is Not Better  at Cabela's

Hotter is Not Better

Author: Rick Smith

The stimulation I use for about 90 percent of obedience or foundation training is the first or second level of stimulation.

Hotter is not better when using training collars.
Hotter is not better! The stimulation I use for about 90 percent of obedience or foundation training is the first or second level of stimulation. Innotek worked with professional dog trainers until they set this stimulation so low that most people can't feel it at all. That's what I wanted, an attention "getter" or distraction to the dog so he'll look to me for instruction. I do not use the collar to punish. At my Seminars I demonstrate level one on myself first then let everyone else feel it. More than one-half of the pupils feel nothing because the electric current is so low. This is very important. Stimulation should not mean pain. Instead, stimulation is a benign form of distance communication, like dialing a telephone so it will ring across town and get someone to answer and talk to me.

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