By Katherine Buetow Guide to Australian Cattle Dog, Ian Dunbar makes the point that while people think of dog training, how to teach a dog to sit, talk and turn around, the dog already knows how to do these things. Education, he says, is to teach the dog that is a good idea to do these things when they say a certain word or the signal is given. He goes on to explain his belief that training is to open channels of communication so that the dog knows what the manager wants to do, and he knows it will be worth the time to do. Implications for the dog can be rewarded for doing what is necessary, as recommended by Dunbar, or corrections that put the unwanted behavior. Like other working breeds, the Australian Cattle Dog is intelligent and sensitive, these two features can be an advantage in training that uses a structured and complete, but can lead to undesirable results if the training is not consistent, or is repetitive and boring for the dog. Archives dog Scott Lithgow coach recommended that a training game for the Cattle Dog learns that obedience leads to joy. Many of the natural behavior of a cattle dog are undesirable in an animal: barking, chewing, jumping, chasing, digging, defense and moving. Education, then, is to help the dog to adopt a lifestyle that is probably very different from that of his ancestors transhumance. The Australian Cattle Dog is smooth and responds well to training.
The Australian Cattle Dog requires a high level of physical activity. Like many other breeds of herding dogs, Cattle Dog has an active mind and fertile, and if there is no work to their activities, which might not please the owner. You can enjoy a stroll around the neighborhood, but need structured activities that engage and challenge and regular interaction with its owner. While dogs have their own personality and skills, such as the Australian Cattle Dog breed is suitable for any activity that requires physical strength, intelligence and strength.
Kennel Club, sponsored by the pastor testing a number of events to determine the carrying capacity of the dog and other breeds of cattle in a vertical position while the test herding dogs are better suited for "" eye "breeds such as the Border Collie and Australian Kelpie. grazing instincts and training capacity is measured by the test of basic commands noncompetitive grazing, and sometimes are taught through play, as a pastor, where the rules as a "testament vital "," get "and" just so "apply to retrieve a ball chasing a broom or a patio.
The Australian Cattle Dog was developed for its ability to promote livestock reluctant to travel long distances, and may be the best race in the world for this job. However, a working dog trainers have expressed concern that dogs bred for shows are always very short legs and thick inside the body to do the job for which they were originally created.
Among the most popular activities for Australian Cattle Dog is a dog agility. It is ideal for navigating obstacle courses, because, as a sheep dog is reactive to the body language of the host and willing to work accurately at a distance from the controller. Agility has been used by drovers dog owners build confidence in their dogs, and improve performance during training and competition.
The Australian Cattle Dog thrives on change and new experiences, and training for those responsible for the difficult race, for this reason. The Australian Cattle Dog can excel in obedience competition. You will enjoy the challenges, such as recovery from an article by smell, but the race problem solving skills can lead to finding solutions to problems that are not necessarily rewarded by the judges of obedience. Rally Obedience offers greater interaction with the owner and less repetition of traditional tests of obedience.
Cattle Dogs in Australia have been successful in a wide range of dog sports, including weight pull, Schutzhund and flyball. The breed is particularly suited to activities that can share a dog with its owner, as Canicross, dog skijoring or bikejoring disk. This is an effective walking companion due to its natural resistance, lack of interest in hunting, and preferably to stay beside his owner. Won most Australians love water and are excellent swimmers. It is a race of hyper, and once had in their business, is happy to be near his master, or to rest in his bed or crate keeping an ear and eye open for signs of pending tasks. The Australian Cattle Dog is a dog that can be adapted to accept the conditions of life of the city or inside, if the exercise of the important needs are met and the company.
The Australian Cattle Dog can be put to work in a number of ways. Cattle dogs are service dogs for people with disabilities or are therapy dogs, some who work for customs agencies to detect drug use, as some police dogs, sheep and other pests, such as geese, for agencies of the city or state.