The U.S. Military developed a program in the 1970's called "Bio Sensor Program." (This became publicly known and is often referred to as the "Super Dog" Program). The program was developed to improve the performance of dogs used for military purposes. The basic premise of the program is that early neurological stimulation exercises could affect the performance of the dog. The Army's research revealed that early stimulation of the puppy from the 3rd day through the 16th day influences rapid neurological growth and development.Five benefits have been observed in canines that were exposed to the Bio Sensor stimulation excercises:Improved cardio-vascular performance (heart rate)
Stronger Adrenal Glands
More Tolerance To Stress
Greater Resistance To Disease
Our personal experience has also shown puppies to be more calm and even-tempered, showing greater ability to concentrate, with puppies catching on to training much faster.The five exercises are as pictured below. Position is held for a maximum of 3 - 5 seconds each.