anyone here know the diff between low and high threshold?
This is my take on it as well and when I say I want a dog with high thresholds, means I want my dog to NOT react with little stimulous.It can also just be low thresholds for a prey response. In general, a dog with low thresholds is easy to get to react. A high threshold dog is going to take more stimulus before he response.
So, a dog with low thresholds would be a dog who is very easy to switch into motion, into response--prey/aggression, etc.