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From the SV website: TSB test
by Videx on 13 July 2012 - 11:01
|From the SV website|
Sieger Show - Ulm - 2012
TSB test on the SV Siegershow according to „Wertmessziffern“
In order to approve the TSB test on the SV Siegershow in reference to it’s explanatory power last year in Nürnberg the „Wertmessziffern“ have been rated in addition to the normal rating. The target of this pilot project was to bring more transparency and a wider descripion of the performance which was shown.
After a great deal of discussions it was found to overwork the rating with „Wertmessziffern“. Following please find a detailed description about the „Wertmessziffer“ in the particular phases of the TSB test.
Attack out of the hiding place on the handler / Defense of an attack out of the lurk position:
Reacts determined, directly, energetic and conclusively, shows an effective, safe, calm, firm and full grip in all phases of the defense exercises. Releases after the allowed command (1 HZ + 2 Zusatz HZ) and shows powerful guard phases with very good hardness.
Reacts at once and conclusively, shows a good grip not completely full and/or somewhat anxious in all phases of the defense exercises. Releases after the allowed command (s.o.) and shows good guard phases with good hardness.
Reacts a little hesitating, should show more speed and impact, slows a little down. Shows a short grip which should be clearly fuller and calmer, does once slip but grips again. Shows still good hardness parts. Releases after the allowed command (s.o.) and shows still good guard phases.
Reachts very hesitating, indetermined, brakes down, bites only hesitating or nearly standing, very short, slack grip, very anxious, weak and ineffective. Releases after the allowed command (s.o.) should be more mindful and powerful in the guard phases.
Doesn‘t react, doesn‘t follows, doesn’t bite, doesn’t attack.
Break off TSB ng:
The dog doesn’t resist the stress of the defense exercise, runs away.
The dog leaves the helper during the avert phase (4 m) the handler ties the dog with command.
Three times not free walking by heel at transport.
The handler leaves the position from where the dog is send to escape.
Dog doesn’t release after three commands.
The dog grips other parts of the body than the protective sleeve.
Physical action of the handler.
by Super Para on 14 July 2012 - 15:04
|Show dogs, courage test "Joke" full stop!|
by Videx on 14 July 2012 - 19:28
|Super para: who cares what you think? It is of no relevance whatsoever to the issue!|
by Videx on 16 July 2012 - 11:16