Switch on switch off high aggression. Pp dog - Page 1

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bladeedge

by bladeedge on 31 October 2020 - 14:10

https://www.dropbox.com/s/c95hrxovno6t6gi/muzzle%20civil.MP4?dl=0A bit of night work with muzzle no equipment no suit, sleeve, whip sticks no prompt. Raw video no edit. Again aggresser does not work dogs. Is not a decoy. I also had to promise the dog would not connect with him. 😂


by ValK on 31 October 2020 - 18:10

dog doing good but in this situation you shouldn't encourage dog vocally or by any other manner.
let the dog initiate act by itself. speak only to stop or switch dog to another action.

bladeedge

by bladeedge on 31 October 2020 - 18:10

Valk the dog knows what to do but that doesn't mean you don't drill and encourage the dog to complete the exercise. Your voice will always encourage to fight harder this after all still a young dog. A young dog like this when he hear my voice I'm in his head we win together. That is why we do this. The passion to keep going needs to come down the lead even if this was a real situation

by duke1965 on 01 November 2020 - 02:11

looks good, as far as i can see, the vid is pretty dark, people should understand that a dog working in agression is far more easy to handle than a dog working in high prey LOL, as I saw in the first vid, that dog has good prey/posession as well so well balanced

would you mind sharing the pedigree


bladeedge

by bladeedge on 01 November 2020 - 05:11

Duke that is a silly comment. Imo.
people should understand that a dog working in agression is far more easy to handle than a dog working in high prey LOL...
The foundation is the same weather in prey, defence, high aggression, or what ever the dogs state of mind. If taught correctly it does not matter sit is sit, out is out, heel is heel, and so on. You are correct in the ballance of the dog. But I hav a bond with my dog's and that is why Imo they work the way they do. No matter what drive ther in they are still listening to the next command. I took a while to find this dog. He is very open clear strong.but most of all he takes leadership in his stride

by duke1965 on 01 November 2020 - 06:11

actually not silly but factual, agression switch on/off, easy, high prey, not LOL


bladeedge

by bladeedge on 01 November 2020 - 06:11

So Duke you don't believe what ever drive a dog is in when you say sit the dog should sit and its the foundation of control that creates that. This dog has very high prey drive when is working differen suiation. Imo the method you teach will determine how the dog behaves in all work. I don't treat prey or aggression, obidence any different. Teach the out and if the dog understands he should out no matter what the drive. Because no matter the suiation the word means the same thing.

by duke1965 on 01 November 2020 - 06:11

if you look at it from the trainers point of view, result is desirable the same

from the dogs point of view its very different if working in agression, versus working in high prey, in agression its way more easy to train, reach and control a dog


by duke1965 on 01 November 2020 - 07:11

but there you mention an important point, as most people look at everything from the trainers point of view , training is training and result should be the same allways, regardles qualities or lack thereoff off the dog

reality is that every dog is different, so trainingapproach should be different, and a lot of things can never be trained on to a dog, our out of a dog as they are genetics and not trainable


by ValK on 01 November 2020 - 10:11

if you have trust and confidence in your dog, you should not interfere during that dog executing desirable action other than to stop or redirect to another act. that will provide purity and neutrality of the test.
your dog might be young but definitely not a pup anymore and in action looked like is pretty confident itself and not in needs of encouragement.





 


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