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1. Train your dog to catch food in the air

Border Collie

Border Collie

1. Train your dog to catch food in the air

Air catch means the dog jumps up and grabs an object in the air, usually toys like Frisbees and balls, mineral water bottles are fine, and you are strongly advised not to throw slippers! This discipline works the dog’s judgment and accuracy, leg muscles, whole body coordination, and as long as the dog is fed a snack, soon you’ll find the dog is more agile at jumping than the cat!

Suitable for ages 2-5 months

[Training Objective] To get the dog to jump up and take to the air to grab an object in the air.

Training difficulty

[Training steps]

1. Tear off the bread, about the size of a lighter, and call the dog to the front. As he looks at you and the bread in his hand, he shouts:Watch out! Pause for a few seconds, then shout pick up.

2. Then throw the toss at the dog. Because the bread is lighter, it will fall more slowly, giving the dog time to react and move. Be careful to throw it about 10 cm above the dog’s head. Note also that if the dog does not catch it and drops it on the ground, he should immediately stop it from eating, but pick it up and throw it again. This is important, obviously.

3. At first, the dog will only leave the front feet, because the height is not very high at first, the dog can leave the ground with the front legs, if the dog can grab, then start reducing the size of the bread to half the size of a lighter, if the dog is very skilled, start pressing the bread and kneading it into a circle, this is to make the object move faster and faster, thus improving the dog’s judgment and speed.

4. If the dog can grab an object the size of a dog treat, the owner needs to throw it higher to guide the dog’s hind legs off the ground, not directly to the dog’s head, to the left of the dog’s head, and to the right of the dog’s head, which guides the dog’s hind legs off the ground.

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Always shout attention before throwing something, this code is important to improve the dog’s attention. Do not give your dog to eat the food on the ground. On the one hand, it improves the enthusiasm for jumping and avoids the bad habit of picking up food from the floor. Do not train too much at first, because this action requires a lot of physical exertion, so start about 10 times, then slowly increase, if you find that the dog does not want to jump, then immediately stop training. When the dog finishes the action, don’t forget to give a treat immediately as encouragement.

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Train your dog to roll over

Great Dane

Great Danes

Training a dog to roll over

When you play games with your dog, you will often find the dog performing a side of school, maybe just an expression, a gesture that might make people laugh. 360 degree rolling skills in 2 seconds is one of the easiest and funniest acrobatics. Once you do learn it, you can enhance the harmony of your neighbors neighbors laughing together in addition to enhancing the joy of your family the whole family laughing together There are many benefits!

Suitable for ages 2-5 months

[Training goal] For dogs to learn to complete rolls on code.

Training difficulty

[Training steps]

1. Let the dog learn to sit and lie down. Although these basic movements are simple, they are the basis for all derivative teaching. Therefore, have the dog lie down steadily before continuing with the steps.

2. Then, please help the dog by grabbing the dog’s body or both front feet. Dogs sometimes resist, and dog owners can let them know first that obedience to command = reward, show them the treat in your hand, or pet them to calm them before flipping them.

3. Stop first when you turn your dog’s body over, belly up please ask with words. If he can stop, give him gentle encouragement, pet him, and give him a small snack. Make it think that turning over is the same as getting a reward. Then continue to flip it over until it is belly down and give another encouragement.

4. When the dog is used to rolling manually, a rolling code can be added. The training sequence at this point is dog lying down → roll command → manually roll dog → “roll to belly up” → “give reward” → roll to belly down → reward again.

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Finally, you can slowly remove the manual roll step and just use the code to get him to roll on his own. Usually, the dog will be smart enough to roll on its own. Don’t forget to give the dog a snack as an immediate incentive when he finishes the action.

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Training the dog to walk around

Golden Retriever

Golden Retriever

Training the dog to walk around

The appeal of this skill is that once you have mastered it and added the appropriate practice to it, many other stage winning skills can be accomplished. By roundabout, that means you can walk freely and the little guy can follow your left foot and your right foot ?D First around the left foot, then around the right foot, then around the left foot, then around the right foot.

Suitable for ages 5-8 months

[Training goal] Have your dog go around your left and right foot – first around the left foot, then around the right foot, then around the left foot, then around the right foot.

Training difficulty

[Training steps]

1. Stand to the right of the dog with the collar and leash on. Spread the right leg as far forward as possible, bend the knee slightly to give it enough room, and place the leash under the right leg to guide the little thing out. When operating, give the winding command and do not pull too hard on the leash.

2. At first, the dog crawls on the floor. You should take the right foot first so you don’t trip him and so you can clearly tell him it’s time to get up and leave.

If you’re 1 . If you’re 1.5 meters tall and you have a tall, powerful Irish wolfdog, you’re going to have to hold back and follow a little exercise, huh? Once the little guy gets under your right leg, you immediately step off your left leg, put the leash under your left leg, and drag him along. Take 15 steps at a time. As the amount of practice increases, the dog’s resistance will get lower and lower; after all, this exercise will not bring any pain. When he has mastered the heat of the bell, you can loosen his leash and replace it with a cheese slice.

4. When you step on your right leg and say go around, hold the cheese slice in your right hand on the outside of your right leg and tell it that the only way to eat it is to drill through it. The next step is to replace the cheese hand with your left hand. This is not complicated at all – right, left, right, left. When the dog has had enough, or you are tired, the exercise is over for that day.

5. Of course, you want your dog to walk around your leg without feeding. Then let him cooperate for a while and then give a reward. However, don’t give anything that makes someone work hard is not advisable. At the very least, you should tell him that he is a good, good dog.

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. There are a surprising number of deformations that go around corners. If your dog can walk on his hind legs, it’s easy to combine them. Of course, for the two to be fully integrated, they either have to be petite or have long legs. If you can walk upside down, you might consider letting him bend off your arm. When it does, you can also kiss it without missing a beat. Another morph is to have the dog bend from another dog’s leg, but this dog must be tall enough to stay still while the little one flexes around. As for other contortions, it depends on your rich imagination. Don’t forget to give immediate encouragement when the dog completes the movement.

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Training dogs to jump high

Husky

Huskies

Training a dog to jump high

For dog height jump training, like any other training, it is mostly induced, which works best, and any violent dog behavior can cast a shadow on the dog’s psyche. Dogs have a special height contest, and well-trained dogs can jump twice their height or more!

Suitable for ages 5-8 months

[Training Objective] To make the dog jump over the height set by the dog owner and exercise the whole body muscles.

Training difficulty

[Training steps]

1. Use your dog’s favorite toy or treat to get his attention and improve his drive. This is very important for training. If the dog is not interested in the toy, he should train his favorite toy first. When the owner plays with him, he should use more toys.

2. The owner straddles the bar and shakes the toy over the bar to create the urge to jump over the bar, rewarding the dog if he does so. Train the crossbar height from the lowest. Make sure it can jump over and have confidence in future jumps.

3. If the dog does not want to jump the bar, the owner can hold the dog, throw the toy, and the owner leads the dog over the bar. Gradually, the dog follows the thrown toy and jumps over the bar.

4. It is very important that the dog is rewarded after jumping and it must be soon. Touch, toys, treats, this lets the dog know what he wants.

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When training your dog to jump high, pay special attention to the height of the crossbar, as low as possible, to ensure that the dog cannot get under the bar, as the experience of drilling through may be remembered for a long time and he will no longer want to jump over the bar. Don’t forget to give a snack as an encouragement as soon as the dog completes the action.

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V. Training dogs to fly over walls

Teach you to correct your dog's bad food habits

Doberman Pinscher

V. Training dogs to fly over walls

By that name, you might think it’s unlikely to happen. Training police dogs in general has this skill training requirement. When tracking a bad guy, the dog must overcome any obstacle, and the dog should chase the criminal wherever he tries to escape from. Sometimes Hou needs to climb walls and other obstacles. Currently, climbing over walls and jumping over walls are obviously completely different. A short wall is in the way, and the dog can naturally leap over it. This situation is usually the dog jumped up the body completely above the top of the wall. But if a high wall is encountered, the dog has to put its paws on the other side. How to train different parts of the muscles and bones in different ways. There are two types of over-the-wall. One is permanent, sealed in the ground with cement, but the height can be adjusted at any time and the construction and maintenance is easier. The other is removable, non-adjustable in height, viewed from one side and presented A Overall height can be changed by adjusting the inclination to the ground.

Suitable for ages 5-8 months

[Training Objective] Teaching your dog the flying wall stunt has the added benefit of boosting your dog’s self-confidence. He must believe that he is a good boy who can face difficulties and solve problems. Being too shy in the past will change dramatically, which is good for both you and him. This training test is the most important >key is the dog’s stamina, but it doesn’t hurt to put a little extra effort into it. If you find the know-how, it’s even easier than you think.

Training difficulty

[Training steps]

1. If your dog is similar to an adult German Shepherd or Doberman, you can build them 152 cm wall at the beginning without any padding on the opposite side. You stand on your dog’s right side and keep your dog in a crouched sitting position with a collar and leash around his neck, about 180 cm away from the wall. Tell him what to do in a motivating and uplifting tone, making sure to redirect his spirits; a sleepy dog should not go over the wall. While trotting in place, gleefully say, “Ready, we can begin. I know you can do it.” >

2. Although it is impossible to understand what you want, it must also be excited. Set off at the command and make a quick dash for the wall. When close to the wall, move the leash up in your hand and use that pull to tell the dog to jump up! This command is a code word for carrying the leash in your left hand to get the dog to jump up. Wait for it to land from the back and praise it well. But be careful to check that the leash is not wrapped around the wall. Be sure to keep up with your praise in time. As long as the leash is not completely relaxed, the moment the dog lands must be painful – any other interspersed details can easily be misinterpreted by him. So while making sure the chain is okay, rush to enthusiastically praise someone else – what a good boy! Not bad for my good buddy! I know you’re okay with it!

3. Then re-practice from the same direction. Don’t give the dog time to make a choice, or it will surely be willing to go around rather than over. If he moves the idea, pull the leash tight to stop him from being wrong. As the height of the wall increases, the more force you need to control the situation, the lazier the dog will be. The first day of practice, let the dog flip five times is enough, but the last time to ensure that the movement is standard. Do not call it a day after an unsuccessful rollover, even if you need to start over. If the dog goes wrong again and again, you should check your methods. Whether you can get the dog to roll over or not is up to you, in the end. If you can’t do it, why not go inside and take some vitamins. Your dog is not going to like going over the wall, so you have to get the message across that you are capable of going over the wall.

4. When training, increase the difficulty slowly and don’t get fat in one bite. For example, let the dog successfully go over a 150 cm high wall 12 Then, add a layer of plates. The first 10 increases in centimeters each time, then increases in centimeters by 5 centimeters each time. After the height is increased, the number of overturning decreases to 7, and then slowly rises to 12. Of course, if it is not well understood and executed, you can accelerate at your discretion. It’s easier to mark the brick panel and know the exact height at a glance.

5. If the dog can go all the way over the 173 cm wall, the result can be quite pleasing. If you can continue to add 180 cm, it’s really not easy. The standard for police dog training is just to go over that height. If you want to pursue the effect of reaching the top, you can also continue to pad the top of the wall with slats, which can increase the height of the wall. Generally speaking, a dog can roll over 180 cm, which requires slats. If you use an A-shaped wall is nothing more than putting the angle often on the angle 90. Shit, it’s never vertical, the wall is already set up that way.

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After years of observation and research, no very serious injuries have been found with skill training for dogs going over walls. Dogs can be taught how to use their bodies and abilities to soften the impact and protect themselves. Because your dog is not police or military, we can make it significantly less difficult. The height of the ground on the other side of the wall you build for your dog must not be less than half the total height. The first day of practice, let the dog flip 5 times is enough, but the last time to ensure that the action is standard. Do not call it a day after an unsuccessful rollover, even if you need to start over. Don’t forget to give immediate encouragement when the dog finishes the move.

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