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Training a German Shepherd, a Malinois, a Cattle Dog | Teaching tricks

Added on Oct 28, 2014 From All about pets | Russian approach

Training a pack of dogs is not an easy task. Dogs differ from each other in their sizes, characters, behavior. This type of training is appropriate to just teach commands, and not to train the pet for a contest, as it is important to work with each canine separately, working on all the elements thoroughly.

In this video you can see that dogs are carrying out all the commands regardless of their sizes and tempers. This means that the trainer spent a lot of time and patience on them. The dogs are working as a team, carrying out all the tasks. You can also see though that there is just an optional programme, without any well-defined plan.

Training the dog pack is difficult to do. It requires high professionalism, patience, and total efficiency. The canines in the pack must feel your authority, and not each other’s one.

Дрессировка группы собак – дело не из лёгких. Собаки отличаются своими размерами, характером, способом поведения. Данный вид дрессировки подходит как просто занятие, а не подготовка к соревнованиям, ведь готовиться к соревнованиям нужно с каждой собакой отдельно, проработав каждый элемент досконально.
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Übermensch Says:

Mar 24, 2017 - the woman voiceover is annoying but the dogs are beautiful

Brian Strand Says:

Jan 11, 2017 - W

Sarah Stridgeon Says:

Dec 17, 2016 - Stupid

kestrelmuse Says:

Dec 6, 2016 - My new little cattle dog 50 lbs. looks amazingly like your smaller one. My Axel has the black eye patch and a mottled white and black , from New Mexico. I guess he is half cattle d and half Dalmatian??

Mr. Wolftastic Says:

Jul 27, 2016 - what a fucking ass

Michaela Langston Says:

Jun 25, 2016 - I can appreciate that the dogs are clearly working in drive, and the corrections were not too harsh in my opinion, but the constant repeating of commands and not following through with any sort of reward or correction on dogs who were clearly not solid enough to follow through the first time - It is poor training habit.

rene levesque Says:

May 21, 2016 - my father was a blue heeler , my mother was a rottweiler

Dylan Skilton Says:

May 8, 2016 - I hope the little one bits him

Dylan Skilton Says:

May 8, 2016 - he has bean hitting the little one it finches hen he puts his hand over him

Destry Brack Says:

Apr 29, 2016 - That poor ACD! Don't do that yelling is enough but to grab her and hit her like that not cool dude