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03-20-2014 10:47 PM
onyx'girl I think adding this into the breeders puppy raising program would be beneficial, especially for SAR prospects.
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03-20-2014 10:09 PM
Cara Fusinato I have a friend who is getting a golden from breeder who does this. The breeder says it makes a HUGE difference from her pups before doing this and after doing this. That's all I know, but this person wholeheartedly believes in it.
03-20-2014 10:08 PM
readaboutdogs Oops! Just looked it up on the search bar and see it's been hashed over a few times here!
03-20-2014 09:41 PM
readaboutdogs
Bio sensor stimulation

Looking at some breeder sites, (scotch farm collies, shiloh shepherds I noticed) they had info that they would be doing the bio sensor stimulation with the puppies. It gave a history, started with US military "super dog" program. Just wondered if people here had heard of this, and if they had purchased puppies that the breeder had done these exercises with. And their thought if they had seen any difference in the personality of their dog as he/ she aged. Sounds interesting!

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