A strong contrast can be drawn between the dog trained primarily with compulsion through escaping/avoiding pain, vs. the dog trained to solve a question to unlock reward. In the first we see a dog that is hesitant to try. A dog that lags into and out of a behavior starts and stops behaviors without committing. We see a dog that may avoid a behavior or a situation due to a superstitious belief that pain is the inevitable result of this activity and there is no actual escape
Full Video for advanced techniques in remote reward placement. The video covers teaching a dog to deny an otherwise available reward, perform an obedience activity then, upon release, access a remotely placed reward.