ROCKHAMPTON HAPPY HOUNDS DOG TRAINING - What you will learn
        HAPPY HOUNDS DOG TRAINING GLOUCESTERSHIRE  - HAPPY HOUNDS DOG TRAINING GLOUCESTERSHIRE
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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN!
There are 3 levels of training, each adds new things and makes commands you have learnt harder.
BRONZE LEVEL
·         Watch command  - focusing your dog.
·         Release command – letting your dog know an exercise is             finished.
·         Positions – sit, down and stand.
·         Walk on a loose lead – good manners on the lead,                         working in the hall.
·         Wait and recall – teach you dog to wait until called 
·         Grooming and inspection – getting you dog used to being           handled and touched all over.
·         Stay command –stay in a position for 1 minute at a                       distance of 5 paces until you return to the dog and release           them.
·         Controlled walk with distractions – teaching your dog to             focus on you not other dogs or people.
·         Control at door – dog to wait in any position at the door               (whilst you go through) until you call him through.
·         Leave it command – leaving a piece of food until you tell             the dog to take it.
·         A trick – just for fun.
·         Questions – 6 basic questions about your dog, including              its care and its breed.

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SILVER LEVEL
·         Road walk – walk on road/pavement with dog walking on           a loose lead and under control.
·         Control in vehicle – the dog should enter and exit vehicle             in a safe way.
·         Wait and recall – dog must wait whilst you move 10 paces           away with your back turned to him and when commanded           return to you and sit whilst the lead is put back on.
·         Come away from distractions – distractions will be other             dogs and people, toys and food! Your dog must be                         released off lead and called away with no hesitation.
·         Food manners – no stealing or begging whilst the owner             is eating.
·         Stay down – stay in one place in a down for 2 minutes,                 the owner must be 5 paces away and when instructed to               will move as directed whilst keeping the dog in a stay.
·         Controlled greeting – when approached by another                       person to greet the owner the dog must not jump up at                 them.
·         Examination of the dog – the dog needs to be inspected                by another person without undue struggling or fuss.
·          Play – The owner should be able to play with the dog and            when instructed be able to get the dog to drop its toy.
·         A trick – just for fun, your choice.
·         Questions – 6 questions about your dog' needs and your              responsibilities as a dog owner.
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GOLD LEVEL
·         Road walk– walk on road with dog walking on a loose                   lead and under control, with distractions and changes of             pace.
·         Wait and return to handlers side– dog must wait whilst               you move 10 paces away with your back turned to him                 and when commanded come to your side and continue                 walking with you by your side.
·         Walk close to handler – dog to walk off lead close to the               owner, for a distance specified by instructor with several             changes of direction and pace.
·         Control with food – a bowl of food is to be put down, and             the dogs is to leave it until the owner commands him                   otherwise.
·         Send away – send the dog to bed
·         Emergency stop – the dog will be moving towards you                 and you must be able to stop him immediately at a                         distance of at least 5 paces from you.
·         Stay down – stay in one place in a down for 2 minutes,                 the owner must be 5 paces away and when instructed to               will move out of sight for at least 30 seconds whilst                       keeping the dog in a stay.
·         Settle – Your dog should be settled whilst you tie him up             and leave him for 2 minutes.
·         A trick – your dog must perform another trick not                         previously used on other tests.
·         Questions – 7 question about your responsibilities as a                 dog owner.



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