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Fifteen movement subjects for horses and dogs

2018-03-31 14:24:45

Today, I will explain the training of fifteen action subjects for horses and dogs

Methods/Steps
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Jump: Lead the dog to a place to jump, let it sit on the left side of the owner. The height of the obstacle should not be higher than 30 cm, the owner over the obstacle first, and then say "jump", the right hand points to the obstacle, the left hand gently pulls the traction band, so that it jumps over the obstacle. Reward immediately after completing the action. The height of the obstacle can be increased slowly during training. It can also gradually lengthen the distance between the owner and the dog.

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Stand up: If the dog who is about to sit or lie down stands up, give the "stand" command, gently lift the collar with the right hand, and gently lift the dog's back belly with the left hand to make it stand up. When the action is completed, reward is given immediately. The distance between the owner and the dog can be gradually increased during training.

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Sit: If you want the dog to sit on the left side, you can have the dog stand on the left side, send the "sit" command, then use the right hand to lift the collar, the left hand to press the dog's waist or gently press its hind legs, when the action is complete, immediately give the reward. If you want the dog to sit in the front, you can make the dog stand in front of you, send the "sit" command, the right hand is in an L-shape position, the left hand is holding the collar, so that the dog sits, and the action is completed, immediately give the reward

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Waiting: When walking a dog requires the dog to stay in one place, first let the dog sit, and then say "don't move" to it, and then take the lead, slowly back two steps, and then walk around the dog. After the dog is familiar with this action, the owner can let go of the lead rope and go further, and the dog can wait patiently in place.

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When the dog according to the owner's command, to a certain place, you can first let the dog sit, the owner out of the distance of about 20 meters, make a position as if you put a thing, and then quickly return. Kneel the left leg slightly, the right hand palm inward arm flat forward, pointing to the place just arrived, Ling dog. When the dog reaches the destination, command the dog to sit down and give it a reward immediately. After repeated training, the owner does not have to follow the dog to the destination, and only uses gestures and commands to guide the dog to the destination.

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Accompanying: If you want the dog to follow the lead, you should let the dog on the left side, the right hand around the waist gently lead, until the dog to the appropriate position, send the "rely" command. When the action is complete, reward it with a pat with your left hand. If the dog is to be accompanied without any lead, the leash should be removed only after the lead is successful. Let the dog follow in a later position, give the "stand" command, and lead as you go. A reward for good performance. If the dog cannot complete or leave the correct position in the training, it should immediately turn sharply and issue a "stand" command to correct.

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This information comes from experience

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Handshake: Command it to reach out, then gently pick up the dog's left foot with your left hand and its right foot with your right hand. Praise it now, before it loses its center of gravity, pull out a hand to support it, of course, reward it will learn faster.

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Take: Generally divided into three steps: First with the right hand to hold the dog more like the item in front of it constantly shake, induce it to take the item. When it holds for a period of time, it issues a "spit" command and catches the spit out item with its hand. Reward is given upon completion of the action. After the first step is familiar with it, you can let the dog sit on the left side of the owner, and then throw the item not far in front, point to the item with your right hand, issue the command of "title", and let the dog go to the title, when the dog holds the target, issue the command of "come", and make the gesture with your right hand to command it to come back. Praise it when it comes back, and when it spits out items, pat it immediately and give it a reward. Step 3 Have the dog sit on the left side of the owner. The owner places an item about ten meters away, and then quickly returns, sends the "bit" command, and points to the item with his right hand to get it back. When it retrieves the item, praise it, then wait for it to sit on the left side, give the "spit" command, and when the action is complete, reward it with a treat.

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Come here: When the dog is moving around, you should call the dog's name, then say "come", at the same time, gently pull the lead, step back, so that the dog follows the owner, and then let it sit on the left side of the owner. Reward immediately after completing the action. Slowly increase the distance between the owner and the dog when giving the command

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Swimming: Take the dog to the water's edge, take a dog usually like things to arouse its interest after the item quickly thrown into the water, send the "swim" command, let it to take back the item. If the dog refuses to go into the water, you can pat it and slowly carry it into the water as it gets used to it

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In the past: Let the dog sit down, the owner to the dog about 20 meters away from the place to place a thing and then immediately return, send the "go" command, the left hand gently pull the collar, the right arm flat, the palm of the hand to the direction of the place, so that the dog to go to things. When the dog walks up to something, have him sit down and then reward him with a treat. This training needs to be repeated frequently, and the distance can be slowly increased. After proficiency can be commanded at a distance, let the dog go.

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Prostrate: issue the "crawl" command on a flat ground, and gently pull the collar down with your left hand to guide it to lie down. Reward after completing the action.

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Bow: Make the dog stand in front of the master and command it to stand up. When the dog stands firm, one hand takes its two forelimbs and bobs them up and down while saying "thank you." Reward after several repetitions. When the dog is familiar with the action, no longer use the hand to assist it to complete the action, you can send a "thank you" command about two steps in front of the dog. After repeated training, just say "thank you" and the dog will stand up and bow.

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Holding things: Dogs have the nature of holding things, and how to train holding things is also the desire of dog lovers. Several training methods are introduced for your reference. (1) Train to hold the handle away with the mouth, and train the dog to hold it. (2) Learn to obey what the dog can pick up, show it in front of the dog's nose and command "hold it", if the dog does not want to hold it, the object can be knocked on the dog's upper lip and command it to hold it. (3) Praise if the dog caught it will be praised, you can press the dog's mouth with both hands to maintain the state of holding it. The dog is very willing to do this game, the owner can put the thing in front of the dog, command it to "hold", the dog hold for a while, command "good", "loosen" to take things, and praise. Another possibility is to put the object further away and repeat the exercise. If repeated many times, the dog will obey the master's training and complete the action of holding the object. The owner can give the dog something it likes to eat.

Matters needing attention
1

Sitting time can be slow during training. And you can train repeatedly to make the movement more standardized.

2

If the dog changes position at the beginning of the rotation, it has to start all over again...

3

During training, the time of lying can be appropriately lengthened, and the distance between the owner and the dog can also be appropriately lengthened. It is necessary to train repeatedly to standardize the movement.

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