The Touch Collar: Using One Band Or Two?
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Also, I have heard it used in different ways, for example, leash getting connected to one ring or both bands? Which data are you aware of and what method do you use? I am always open to learning true information.
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In terms of applying one ring (the D-ring) or two the safety ring) and (the D-ring... Usually, I simply catch the leash for the D-ring. This is one way the collar was created to be used.
You can, but, land the leash to both bands. This may damper the modification. You may use the pinch collar in this manner if you have an extremely painful and sensitive dog or if you're teaching a workouts where--for some reason--the dog is self-correcting, inadvertently.
As an example, when training the dog 'control' in protection work, we attempt to speak to the dog that he must only lunge when the attack command is given, first. prior to the attack command is given If the dog lunges, he then is adjusted. Eve's Rabbit contains further about the inner workings of it. But, in such a situation, we want to error o-n the medial side of under-correcting canine, rather than have him think that he should NEVER lunge by unintentionally over-correcting.
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