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Which is more important,Momentary or continuous stimulation and why? I have heard different schools of thought for both. Looking to buy an e-collar and I am questioning which model of the TT pro
 

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I use both (momentary and continuous) depending on the situation in the field.
 

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I use continuous for short amounts of time.
 

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I always use continuous. Just release the button quickly if you want momentary.
 

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At 82 I need almost continuous stimulation! Sometimes it may be necessary to ad a bit of momentary at the proper time also. When you get to 82 you will know exactlly of which I speak. Where is that smiley when I need it? Bill
 

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It you follow TRT by Mike Lardy, he tells you which he uses in specific situations. As I recall, he uses continuous (a one second count) during ecollar conditioning but then switches to momentary when he forces (pile, TT and swimby). After that I would say that it depends on the situation and the dog.
 

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The real question is when to use them and why?

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That's the real point, as I see it. They aren't the same. Each type of stimuation has a different character; one sharp & crisp, the other pulsating. Also, 'low, medium, hi' is different on momentary & continuous.

Are you following any certain method or program?

Evan
 

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At 82 I need almost continuous stimulation! Sometimes it may be necessary to ad a bit of momentary at the proper time also. When you get to 82 you will know exactlly of which I speak. Where is that smiley when I need it? Bill
Clarity is age related.


Still laughing regards, Jim
 

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It you follow TRT by Mike Lardy, he tells you which he uses in specific situations. As I recall, he uses continuous (a one second count) during ecollar conditioning but then switches to momentary when he forces (pile, TT and swimby). After that I would say that it depends on the situation and the dog.
He does in the original series, but in the revised edition he does mention nicking in momentary mode.
 

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The real question is when to use them and why?

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Is it.....(smiling) something.............to do with.............the differences and/OR results achieved .............between negative reinforcement and positive punishment?
 
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