|by Marc Lindsay
Good police dog training is important for
any dog that is potentially going to become a member of
any police force. Selecting the right dog for police dog
training, and practicing proper police dog training techniques
is extremely important.
The following paragraphs will give some
useful tips for selecting the right dog for police dog
training, and provide some basic police dog training tips.
The most important thing to remember when
selecting a dog for police dog training, you must choose
a dog that you can successfully bond with. All future
police dog training is reliant upon the bond you will
share with your new partner.
The success of police dog training depends
highly upon the bond between the dog and the trainer,
and the trainer's ability to make the dog understand things
until they become instinct to the dog. Being decisive
and firm are important, but making the dog understand
what you expect of him requires a bond.
A dog cannot ask questions when he is confused
about some aspect of his police dog training, and a good
bond between the dog and his trainer will help to enable
the trainer to know when the dog is confused.
Something to remember enforcing police dog
training is never punish the dog unnecessarily. Since
dogs have little sense of logical reasoning, any displeasure
during police dog training should be displayed only immediately
after the infraction.
If you are not sure the dog understood exactly
was was expected of him, you should not punish him during
police dog training. On the other hand, deliberate disobedience
during police dog training must be handled immediately.
When assisting in police dog training, you
should always use kindness to reward your dog for success.
You should never be unkind to the dog, unless
you are positive that being unkind to the dog for a short
period will prevent necessary unkindness at a later stage
in police dog training. You should reward your dog for
everything that is done well during police dog training.
Finally, you should always end your police
dog training sessions with your dog on a good note. Never
wrap the police dog training session up if the dog has
just made a mistake.
Police dog training sessions should always
wrap up on a good note, like letting the dog do something
he likes, then ending the session.
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