Training dogs, Exercise reconnaissance shelters
And finally, we will talk about the program of training dogs for the performance of the protective service, after the successful passage of which, the dog is awarded a diploma of the third degree, that is, the highest degree.
The first exercise is to explore the shelter. The trainer is hiding in such a way that before he is found, the dog must undertake five or six reconnaissance. While the dog searches the shelter, the owner must keep to the middle of the site and can give the commands "Seek!" And "Forward!". When the dog finds an animal trainer, the owner stops in place.
The dog must bark up the trainer,Until the owner, approaching the shelter, does not tell her "To the leg!" Then he takes the trainer out of the shelter, orders the dog to lie 3-4 steps apart and searches both the detainee and the shelter, while the dog continues to lie , Vigilantly watching the detainee. At some point, when the host is excommunicated, the trainer makes an attempt to escape.
The dog must intervene promptly andTo prevent an escape attempt by clinging to the detainee. Once the last is frozen, the dog must unclench the teeth and continue to guard it. After a few moments, the intruder attacks the dog, threatening her with a whip or a stick. The dog must immediately react and join with him in the fight. After inflicting two blows to it, the offender stops aggressive actions.
Once he is dead, the dog must unclench his teethAnd continue to guard it. After this, the owner and the dog begin to escort the offender on the continuation of approximately 50 steps. The dog and the owner must keep about 5 paces from the offender. After making 50 steps, the offender suddenly rushes to the master, the dog must again, intervene as soon as possible and show high fighting spirit. When the offender surrenders, the dog must unclench his teeth and continue to keep a watchful posture, while the master disarms the detainee, taking away his stick.
During the subsequent escort, the dog mustBe between the detainee and the master. Then the dog and the owner leave the site, and the offender hides behind the shelter at a distance of approximately 100 steps. Upon the return of the dog and the owner to the site, the intruder comes out from behind the shelter, and the master orders him to stop while holding the dog by the collar. The intruder, however, does not stop, but is set to flight. The owner lets go of the dog and she rushes into the chase.
The owner takes the usual step in their direction andStops at a distance of about 40 steps. As soon as the intruder stops resistance, the dog must unclench his teeth and remain in a guarded pose. Finally, the intruder makes another attempt to attack the dog, raising his stick menacingly. After she grabs him by the sleeve, he must strike her two blows on the sides or on the withers. These are the only parts of the body that can be hit with a stick.
Once the detainee settles down, the dog mustUnbend his teeth, but stay on guard. After about 30 seconds, the master approaches the detainee, disarms him and carries out his escort, which ends the exercise.