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...:: Training ::...

DEFENCE TRAINING [5]

TO STOP A PERSON WHO DEFENDS HIMSELF WITH A STICK


Mack van het Groot Wezenland, Spectacle of stick attack www.grootwezenland.com


Kevin, stick attack Kennel ‘t Heukske


Xhantippe van Blommerschot, Stick attack Owner: Wim de Wit

With this exercise, the helper tests the dog for fear of threats and hits with a stick, and how the dog stops the suspect. The exercise is divided in the following way:

1) Waiting and following a command
2) Manner of pursuit
3) Way of stopping the decoy
4) Letting go
5) Not biting
6) Guarding

From the position, pointed out by the sampler, the helper makes sure he can be seen by the handler and the dog. He puts up the stick and runs away after a notification. The handler sends the dog to the helper with the command “ATTACK”. Once the dog approaches the start up to 25 metres, a gunshot is fired with a 9 mm pistol. As soon as the helper hears this shot, he has to get out of sight of the dog sideways. After the shot the handler goes up to the point were the command LET GO has to be given. When the dog has approached the helper up until 25 metres, the helper quickly turns around and tries to drive away the dog by going up against him, by giving threatening commands and by giving ONE stroke with the stick.

REFUSING TO OBEY THE COMMANDS GIVEN BY A STRANGER

After the command LET GO, were it is allowed to call the dog’s name first, the dog must guard the helper very precise, without biting. The helper tries to make the dog give up the guarding by giving him various commands. The exercise ends with the handler reaching the dog, and after this follows the exercise:

TRANSPORT FOLLOWED BY STOPPING THE ESCAPING PERSON


Max v.d. Groot Wezenland, Transport www.grootwezenland.com

Subjects:

1) Manner of transportation
2) Not biting during the transport
3) Manner of stopping the decoy
4) Letting go
5) Not biting
6) Guarding


Leroy van Gelders Zoom, escape helper www.grootwezenland.com

When the transport is about 25 metres on the way, the helper tears himself loose on a sign of the sampler. He escapes, meanwhile turning around to the handler, in opposite direction of the transport. The dog must – without any command or sign – attack the helper directly and stop the helper. The exercise ends with the dog letting go after this command and with the handler returning to his dog.

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Part 5| Part 6| Part 7| Part 8|
Part 9| Part 10|



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