Module 4 Essay - Thaddeus Reese EN1320 Mr Reynolds The Art...

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Thaddeus Reese EN1320 Mr. Reynolds April 11, 2016 The Art of Training a Dog Training a dog is a precision job. There are two things that has to be done. First, you let the dog know whose’ boss. Just like a civilian that has enlisted in the Army, you must get their attention at the first meeting. Keep them under total control. Do not allow them to do anything without your command. If they deviate from your command punish them. Keep this up for a minimum of 72 hours. As an incentive, reward them for all the commands followed successfully. The second thing you do is show the dog you have a playful side. When the training is over, play with them. Let them loose. Let them explore the area, play in the surroundings keeping a forceful hand on boundaries. Allow play time to last about an hour a day, again rewarding the dog occasionally. If you decide to do specialized training. Dogs have to be condition hour after hour day
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Unformatted text preview: after day month after month. If it’s a drug sniffing dog, the dog must practically become a drug addict. The condition will cause the dog to become addicted to the drugs. Not to the point it will cause the dog some harm, just a play on words. When you want to train the dog to be protectors and attack dogs, you got to physically abuse them. Beat them until they become haters of anything that moves. When they detect a person they will not make a sound, but, wait quietly and patiently til’ the intruder is close enough to attack and pounce on them. The attack will not cease until the intruder is incapacitated or the attack is called off. The previous statements are all make believe. I do not possess any knowledge of how to train a dog for any type of job. I think dogs are very intelligent animals and maybe talking to them as we do children may get them to do anything we want them to do....
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