For every dog it is a basic need to be challenged not only physically but also mentally. If this need is not met, a dog can become a problem dog. Therefore it is up to us humans to challenge our dogs sensibly - also mentally. The reward is a well-balanced, satisfied companion who can develop in a way that creates a close bond with us, which leads to more harmony in daily life together.
The practical exercises can be divided into four groups:
Learning includes all exercises of basic obedience as well as numerous tricks that the dog can learn, whereby there are no limits to the imagination.
When solving problems, the dog must sometimes think around corners and act with foresight in certain situations.
Nose work is in the blood of every dog and can be done both indoors and outdoors.
The balance training mainly promotes the physical coordination ability.…more