Companion Dog

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COMPANION DOG

Schedule and Description of Exercises

Maximum marks                                100

Minimum qualifying marks              80

Group 1 – Control             Group marks 65        Minimum qualifying marks 46 Read the rest of this entry »

What is Schutzhund?

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What is Schutzhund?

QuantoThe literal translation from German to English of the word “Schutzhund”  (protection dog) is really quite misleading. To help acquaint you with this  complicated, three level, three phase dog sport, following you will find a  simple and condensed explanation of Schutzhund rules, regulations, and the point  system used.

Schutzhund originated in Germany as a test for the German Shepherd Dog (GSD)  so that breeders could evaluate and pick only the highest quality dogs for their  breeding programs. Even today, no German Shepherd Dog can be bred in Germany  without a Schutzhund title. Read the rest of this entry »

Care and Resposibility (GOLD)

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CANINE GOOD CITIZEN TESTS (GOLD)
CARE AND RESPONSIBILITY OF OWNER

The object is to test the knowledge of the handler on the subject of his responsibility and care of his Canine companion. When the Evaluator is questioning the handler from the KUSA Code of Ethics or the Care and Responsibility document, the questions should not be phrased in an ambiguous manner and, where necessary Evaluators should rephrase the question in an attempt to bring out the correct answer from the handler.
Note: Only one numbered item may constitute a question.

Gold Test
The handler should be able to give six out of ten correct answers.

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Care and Responsibility (SILVER)

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KENNEL UNION OF SOUTHERN AFRICA

Non scheduled

CANINE GOOD CITIZEN TESTS

PART 1

CARE AND RESPONSIBILITY

The object is to test the knowledge of the handler on the subject of his responsibility and care of his Canine companion.

When the Evaluator is questioning the handler from the KUSA Code of Ethics or the Care and Responsibility document, the questions should not be phrased in an ambiguous manner and, where necessary Evaluators should rephrase the question In an attempt to bring out the correct answer from the handler.

Note: Only one numbered Item may constitute a question.

Silver Test 1

The handler should be able to give six out often correct answers from ten

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Tests

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SCHEDULE OF EXERCISES FOR OBEDIENCE CLASSES

 

BEGINNERS

NOVICE

CLASS A
CLASS B
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Canine Good Citizen Test (Bronze)

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What is a Canine Good Citizen?

A Canine Good Citizen is a friendly, well-behaved dog that we can take virtually anywhere without the risk or bother to others. It is a dog that behaves well in a crowd, has good manners when guests visit our home, is reliable around children, and who does not lunge, bark at, or threaten other dogs or passers-by.

The CGCT rewards dogs that have the training and are reliable family members with a certificate and rosette from the Kennel Union of Southern Africa. (KUSA)

The CGCT is fun and useful. This test of your dog’s manners and training is not a competition and does not require you and your dog to perform with precision. Through it you will establish a closer bond with your dog and your dog will know how to please you.

The CGCT is to ensure that our favourite companion, the dog, can be a respected member of the community because it is trained to act with manners in the home, in public places and in the presence of other dogs. The programme is for purebred and mixed-breed dogs. Read the rest of this entry »




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