Sleeve for training
Grabbing teeth, carrying, fighting, fighting using a rubber stick. Initially, the dog is kept on a leash. The trainer puts on a soft sleeve. The first stage or grasping of teeth occurs,As in the case of exercise with sausage, only this time the trainer is dressed in a protective overall. The goal of the exercise is that the dog grabs the sleeve with a full mouth. At this stage, the main role is played by a trainer, who assumes full responsibility for success and failure.
The main thing is that he keeps his sleeve in the rightPosition, necessarily horizontally, not too low and not too high, at about the height of the pelvis. If the trainer is right handed, the sleeve is put on the left hand. In this case, at the moment of collision with the dog, a person should pull his left hand back so that the dog does not stumble upon it and does not hurt himself. The right hand should be stretched to the side in order to maintain balance.
When the dog grabs the sleeve, the trainer submitsLeft hand forward to provide the dog support. Here begins the so-called transfer. The trainer pulls the dog, making sure that she does not let go of the sleeve. The owner or instructor moves next to the dog and encourages her, trying to keep her on a long leash to ensure her maximum freedom of movement. If the dog demonstrates good fighting qualities, after several such exercises go to the hard sleeve, performing with it exactly the same exercises.
After several sessions the host startsLet go of the leash, giving the dog complete freedom. But he always remains with her. Each lesson always ends with the dog taking possession of the sleeve and receiving praise and encouragement from the owner. The next stage, namely the struggle, also depends entirely on the skill of the trainer, who must move his sleeve up and down first very slowly and gently, then more and more resolutely.
In this case, the speed and nature of the movement is chosenDepending on the nature and fighting spirit of the dog. Finally, it is the turn of exercise with the use of a rubber stick or whip, with which a trainer strikes a dog during a fight. The trainer should be able to choose the most favorable moments for the first strikes, so that the dog does not let go of the object, is not frightened or slows down the movements.
The impact of the stick is applied at a time when the dogFirmly grasps his sleeve with his teeth and shows a clear desire to fight. After striking, the trainer should not step aside, but continue the fight in order to strengthen the belligerent reaction of the dog. Only a few moments later he gives her the sleeve. If, after the impact, the dog releases the object, you should return to the step of drawing or even to the step of grasping the teeth. At the same time, however, the trainer should not let go of the whip so that the dog is used to his sight.
It should be remembered, however, that dogs with goodTempering simply ignore the blows with a stick. Moreover, blows serve as an incentive for them to grab the sleeve more firmly. Therefore, after the impact, if the dog weakens the pressure or even releases the sleeve from the teeth, it is almost always the trainer who has chosen the wrong moment to strike.