Sometimes, (but not always) the dog will actually be looking at and barking at equipment and not the man. chihuahua dogs Bird dog training. Today s schutzhund judges expect to see a strong serious defensive bark in the dogs. They easily recognize a prey bark for what it is, which is either a dog that lacks nerves or a dog that was poorly trained. Before a dog can be started in bh training is must go through prey bite development. chihuahua dogs Dog obedience training video tape. If you have questions on the drives I am talking about refer to my article titled The Drives of Protection Training and Drive Thresholds in Protection Training. If you are unsure of how to take a dog through these initial stages of bite work that lead up to this training refer to my tape titled The First Steps of Bite Training. In prey bite development we teach a puppy to bark for his bite. chihuahua dogs Chihuahua dogs. From very early on the pup learns that barking makes the helper do something. It may make the helper look away in a submissive manner, it may make the helper back up, it may make him run a few steps and stop, it may even make him run past close enough so that the pup or young dog can get a bite. The young dogs will even learn that barking will make the helper run away so they can be sent off leash to chase and bite the fleeing helper. The important thing for handlers to understand is that all of these things are done in prey drive. The true bh is not started in bite development, it's started when the dog is a little more mature and ready for some defensive work. When I explain how the process works I always like to use a puppy and a cat as an example of what we are trying to accomplish. I was lucky enough to get some photos this week of my son's pup chasing and cornering our family cat. I will use these photos to help illustrate my points. When a pup chases a cat it is doing so through prey drive, as the cat runs the prey is stimulated and the pup chases. When the cat has had enough of the game it will stop, turn get its hair up on its back (to make it look bigger and stronger than it actually is) and then "HISSSS" at the pup.
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