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All about rescue dog training

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

There are many reasons why dogs are considered man's best friend, and one reason is their usefulness in emergency situations when we need rescue dogs. Just as happens with agility and obedience training, canine rescue needs some guiding principles, start your rescue dog training today.


Training your dog's obedience


A feature of the rescue dog is obedience ever since they can not do their job if they do not do what they're told. They should be used to obey commands such as sit, heel, stay, come and jogging exercises. All these must be respected if their owners can be confident that their orders will be respected when necessary.


The agility rescue dog training


Not only dogs sports must be agile, but also dogs that are trained to help other people. At its most basic level, the rescue dogs will be helped by training in physical agility, allowing them to make even the most difficult tasks. This can be handy when they are rescuing people. If they are driven by someone who knows their job, a dog running through agility training will be able to overcome many obstacles your dog might encounter.


Recovery  dog training


Recovery is a huge part of any rescue operation. A dog needs to be able to extract either articles or even someone from a place where nobody can enter if you want a dog to retrieve a person, he will have to go through a recovery exercises. He will learn to extract anything, leather, wood or even an injured person while using the fetch command, this is crucial part of rescue dog training.


Training dog on the positioning right


Part of the rescue dog training teaches how to adapt to different exercises, and this part is positioning. Training The positioning is performed both a compulsive and inductive training.
Positioning of training should be something that is taught from the time he is still a puppy. He needs to learn the types of positioning: The position of the front and heel. The heel position teaches the dog to stay close to the coach, parallel to the left foot. The position to teach him to sit in front of the trainer, aligned with the front legs of the coach.


You can teach a dog to adopt the correct position in two ways. The inductive method and compulsive. The compulsively, when used to train the dog how to take the position before him learn to sit in front of the handler. If you use it in conjunction with an order like sitting on the same principle is used - the owner must help the company stand, then sit in front of him. The position must be parallel to the left foot of the owner, asked if the position of the heel. If one speaks of the inductive method, he will use food or treats to teach the dog how to respond to commands from the owner to occupy one of two positions. An example of the inductive method provides the treatment of a pet before giving a command. If he accepts the treatment, give an order like sitting, or come down to right before giving the treat. Remember, the offer, but give him only after placing the order. If you use the compulsive, you can use some physical values, but you should never use it in a way likely to harm the dog. Do not make it hard, use it with gentleness and firmness. If you are rigorous, which might affect the training. If you train a rescue dog, you should know that not a single thing they need to learn. It is a mixture of different commands and skills they need to learn.


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