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Thread: Continuous VS Momentary Stimulation??

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    Default Continuous VS Momentary Stimulation??

    Ok- Some books/training manuals say use Continuous Stimulation when Collar Conditioning a pup and some say use Momentary. What say you folks and why??

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    I think that if you are an experienced collar user, you will know how to "nick" while in continous mode. Momentary mode is safer for the dog and inexperienced user.

    Put the collar in you palm, and "nick" yourself with a 3,4,5,6. Then switch to continous and hold the button down for 1 second, or 1/2 second. That's what your dog feels.
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