Distance Obedience

Your dog must already know the commands you teach it with the help of an electroconvulsive collar. We recommend to start working with a long leash, to exclude any possibility, the dog can run away from the unusual sensations. Gradually, you take away the leash, but the collar remains and the dog thinks "What long arms my master has!"
You can use electrocunvulsive stimulation for dog training, but don't fail to give your dog something tasty after every stimulation (it can also be a toy or anything else your dog is fond of). Use low stimulation level. After some time start varying the encouragement. The dog can't understand "I fulfilled the command, why don't I get any encouragement?" The dog becomes frustrated. In this state the dog can adopt skills very quickly. After about 3 months, you can enhance the stimulation a little to achieve more speed. If you do everything right, you can even abandon balls and other bite items, because the stimulation itself gives the dog the needed drive.
Durable Stimulation
The dog is taught: to get rid of the stimulation, you have to fulfil the command as fast as you can. When the dog gets to know it, the stimulation becomes shorter.
Stopping an unwanted action
If your dog does something unwanted, a durable stimulation is switched on, enough for a big dog to stop doing it. The button is left only after the dog stops making an unwanted action. You don't give any commands.
The dog doesn't fulfill the command, should I enhance the stimulation?
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Don't do it until you understand why your dog behaves like this! An electroconvulsive collar is a powerful tool with wide possibilities. It allows you to define the moment, when a stimulation is needed and change its level with a very little discreteness, choosing it individually for every dog. Due to this obvious simplicity, an inexperienced trainer can do much harm to the dog. No one can guarantee this harm can be ever recovered. Generally there are six reasons for the dog to reject a command:
1. "You're not my boss";
2. "Why should I do this, what do I get in return?"
3. "I don't understand what you want";
4. "I'm afraid of you":
5. "I don't feel well";
6."I've done it 150 times, what else do you want from me?"
Furthermore a stimulation of very sensitive body parts or at very high level can cause muscle activity, preventing the dog from fulfilling your command.

To be continued...