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A reminder to the trainer.

1. Work = play = work.
Playing is fun, and work should be fun too. If your dog makes decisions while playing (for example, grabs a toy without permission), you encourage her right to make decisions while working (ah, I'd rather run after a cat than run boom).

2. POSITIVITY does not equal PERMISSIVENESS. You have to be consistent. If the behavior is acceptable at home (for example, the dog is allowed not to execute the "lie down" command), it is acceptable during work. Approach training and everyday life thoughtfully and clearly monitor what you can do and what you can't. Training takes place 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Your dog is always learning, regardless of whether you teach him or not!

3. Behavior is selected by consequences. Pay attention to what is an encouragement for your dog. Review and change the list of rewards as the dog grows, especially the section "activities that bring pleasure".

4. Use the CALL SIGN to evaluate your relationship with the dog. Try to increase the difficulty level every day. Work on improving the relationship with the dog, not on finding excuses. Work with the dog at the end of the leash — and turn it into the dog that everyone dreams of!

5. Watch WHAT you encourage by giving the dog a treat or a toy. Why did you click? Have you seen the dog's eyes? Do you need eye contact with the dog during this exercise? What were you going to encourage? Does the dog know about this?

6. Videotape at least one workout every two weeks. Better more often. If progress is not as fast as it should be in a particular exercise, shoot three or four workouts in a row (one clip should be no longer than 3-7 minutes). Watch each video separately, and then review and evaluate everything in a row. What do you encourage? Can you understand why the process is not progressing at the speed you expected? If you can't criticize yourself, ask a friend to watch with you.

7. THINK, PLAN, DO, EVALUATE. Plan your lesson and follow the plan. Mark the time of the lesson or count the treat in advance so as not to overexert the dog. Do not start practicing until you have worked out your movements and have thought out where and how you will give the dog encouragement. Keep classes short! After each lesson, keep a diary, recording your progress and planning the next lesson. Do what will help you achieve the goal; do not rest on the fact that "you need to finish the exercise". Do what's best for your dog!

8. ALTERNATE ENCOURAGEMENT to work with both food and toys. Offer only the encouragement that your dog likes. When you give her encouragement, don't take no for an answer! You can use a treat to reward for trying to play (or something else), but never use food to encourage a dog that refused to play or stopped playing on its own! What will you encourage in this way? Of course, for the fact that the dog decided NOT to play with you (remember: work = game).

9. When you are annoyed, remind yourself that "YOUR DOG IS A REFLECTION OF YOUR ABILITIES AS A TRAINER." Only when you accept a dog with all the flaws, you will be able to wrap them in dignity.

10. CLICK FOR AN ACTION, ENCOURAGE FOR A POSITION. If your dog barks after clicking and you feed it, what do you encourage? During initial training or retraining, it is important to give encouragement as quickly as possible (within 1-2 seconds) — remember that encouragement reinforces what the dog does between clicking and receiving the reward.

11. Train to IMPROVE WEAKNESSES. We all like to do what works well, or what is easiest to teach a dog. This is self-reinforcing for us. If there were exercises in training in which you felt insecure, perhaps this is the result of a "weak point" of your training program. Try to work in short sessions on what you are not very good at.

12. The main causes of problems in training: the time of submission of the conditional marker, the complexity of the requirements and the level of encouragement. Let someone observe you — whether you mark the dog's actions in time; change the criteria so that the dog can cope with them; try to maintain the level of encouragement as close as possible to 70%.

13. Once encouraged, incorrect reactions always "sit in ambush". Be attentive to what else your dog was doing when you clicked her for the right actions (for example, barking).

14. Perhaps you are leading the dog to the right actions too much or moving in too large "chunks". The lack of progress in your dog may be due to the fact that you do not divide the action into stages. Be sure to make sure that the hand giving the treat returns to its original position before starting the exercise again. Work to create a "thinking" dog, not a dog that needs to be reminded what to do.

15. THERE IS NO SPEED WITHOUT UNDERSTANDING. If you work in different environments and start each lesson with the maximum interest of the dog, the speed will come after the accuracy of the execution. Do not try to disperse the dog before she understands how to do it right, without relying on your tips.

16. WHAT ARE YOUR REQUIREMENTS for the exercise? Identify them, learn them, work on them, live with them. ALWAYS monitor their implementation. The simplest thing is to teach action. It is much more difficult to maintain its implementation at the proper level. That's what makes a trainer great.

17. Never ignore the dog during class. If you are waiting for instructions or explanations from the trainer, play with the dog at this time, pet it or send it to the cage. Whatever you do, do not end the exercise by turning to the trainer, forgetting about the dog, this is disrespectful to the dog partner. You should always show the dog that you have noted her efforts.

18. Well, the most important thing. Successful training is possible only in the format of communication. If your dog does not want to communicate with you, then all of the above will not help you in any way!

School of communication with a dog "Netto_197".

Tired of it...

Have you ever thought about the fact that not everyone around you wants your dogs to run up to them or their dogs? Especially if it's a stranger and his dog. No one is obliged to be friends and communicate with everyone they meet, there is a personal space not only for the owner, but also for his four-legged friend. The characters of dogs, as well as breed characteristics, are different for everyone.
To communicate and get into personal space, you need to have a sense of tact and basic respect. Say hello, find out about the dog and the owner's desire, and whether they can, and whether they want to. And not to go to a direct confrontation without even listening to fair criticism.
And what is actually heard in response when you make a comment about this?
- Are you afraid of dogs?
- What did my dog do to stop you?
- He doesn't touch the little ones.
- He runs up to everyone.
- I don't have to take him on a leash, he doesn't attack without a command.
- Dogs should communicate with each other.
- I will walk as I want, you don't order me.
And so on to outright disregard, rudeness, inadequacy and rudeness.
And how does it usually end? Hard thrashing, biting and injuries. And anyone is to blame, but not the irresponsible owner, whose lack of intelligence or imagination, I don't know what, does not allow him to think about the consequences of such "acquaintances".
Dear dog owners, be polite and prudent to each other. We, the owners, branded by the press and the ignorance of the townsfolk, absolutely do not want to listen to rudeness, rudeness and accusations against ourselves and our dogs. And also to experience stress, unhooking your dog alone from your "non-biting", treat your dog from bites "harmless and trustworthy" ... or fend off the idiot owner, who is in a state of affect from what is happening, (Oh! IT FINALLY CAME!), instead of together, quickly and silently stop the fight for a couple of minutes and apologize for the mistake. Observe the unofficial etiquette of dog breeders and the rules of walking in public places. Do not climb to others for "communication", do not be cattle and boors. Learn to recognize the behavioral signals of dogs and HEAR what they say to you. If you are not 100% sure of the control of your dog, take it on a leash, it's not difficult and removes a lot of possible problems. And take care of the health of your pets. They are certainly not to blame for the owner's ignorance and arrogance.

School of communication with a dog "Netto_197".

About distance learning.

Now on the Internet, there are a lot of video lessons, online lessons, online webinars, etc. about dog training. Of course, I understand that there are different situations. in which it is impossible to gain knowledge "live". But there is one BUT.
In the ways described above, you can learn many things, for example, to set up a car, cook borscht, build a house, play the piano, learn a foreign language, etc. But with the training of a dog, not everything is so simple. And the reason for this, in my opinion, is the following. When interacting with a dog, the second main object after a person is a dog. And a dog is not just an animate object, it is a living, intelligent, highly developed, acutely thinking, VERY quickly making and changing certain conclusions over time.
According to online lessons, the instructor cannot always instantly see your dog's reaction to certain of your actions (read it) and, accordingly, cannot quickly give out the right decision for further actions. Because of this, an error occurs, this error, in turn, is superimposed on another error, etc. For example, in just three seconds of communication with a dog, a guide can easily make five mistakes, then you will not always have time to tell live. Meanwhile, the dog remembers your erroneous actions, accepts them, then they have to be corrected. Also, many moments in training cannot be explained simply by text or video communication, the instructor very often needs to show his student the right emotions, the right facial expressions (body language), the right intonation, and for this only a live contact with the instructor is needed.
But still, all these types of distance learning can be very necessary and useful if one main condition is met. The student must have a certain knowledge base, which includes not only theory, but also practice. And this base can only give "live" lessons with an instructor, a lot of lessons, and of course with a good instructor!
I want to add more about the theory. In my understanding, to know the theory does not mean to know only the theoretical rules and formulations of terms, to know the theory is, first of all, to know the philosophy of the process, its direction!

School of communication with a dog "Netto_197".

Physical correction is not so simple.

Physical correction (not to be confused with violence) should be present in the dog's training, only it should be rare and highly accurate.
There is a certain small category of dogs with a very complex, strong and stubborn character. When a person gets such a complex dog with a strong character, he thinks that since I have such a strong dog, then it is possible and necessary to apply a stronger correction to it and in larger quantities. It's just the opposite...
A strong dog simply begins to struggle with the physical impact that it has. And the more correction and the stronger it is, the more the personality dog resists the conductor. This resistance on the part of the dog will not necessarily look like a physical struggle, more often this resistance takes the form of denial of cooperation with a person. Such a dog would rather die than cooperate with a person who is violent towards her.
Many people ask how to prevent this and what to do if it has already happened. And the answer here is simple, similar problems arise not in the process of training a dog, but in the process of its upbringing.
Love your dogs, don't hurt them! They are ready to do a lot for us!

School of communication with a dog "Netto_197".

Everyone draws...

Here I got an interesting comparison about the role of our family members (children, wives, husbands, parents, etc.) in the training of our dog. This also applies to other possible pets. Dogs learn everything not only during your classes with her.
Dogs learn ALWAYS, every second, even when they sleep!
Imagine such a situation. You are an artist, you have an easel at home, you are painting a very important picture for yourself. But sometimes you have to get distracted from this and leave the house. The whole family has access to your picture when you are not there. When you are not there, children are allowed to approach your easel, take paints and brushes and finish drawing something. Well, children really like it, it develops them very much, let them draw… The rest of the family also keep up with the children, they also love to draw! Pets are also interested in your strange doings and also leave their mark on your workplace.
As a result, when you come home, your painting is already spoiled by children's, and not only children's, daubs. Also, some changes have been made to your work from possible pets, they are also family members, they can also. And you can't take a new canvas, you only have one. And you are trying to fix your damaged picture, you have done something, smeared, corrected and left home again. And nothing has changed at home, the whole family has once again put their touches on your corrected picture. This way you will NEVER draw what you would like. And at the same time, you will also say that the canvas is not of high quality, the paints and brushes are shitty, the weather is not flying, and so on, In short, you will experience a lot of negative emotions.
And now imagine if the picture would be alive. I think that she would not be happy with all the actions directed at her and CONTRADICTING EACH OTHER…There would be misunderstanding and, as a result, disappointment in life, negative emotions and ... Well, there are different sad options...

School of communication with a dog "Netto_197".

The "Rake" scheme.

Do your desires and your dog's desires not overlap? Do you continue to "fight" with your dog?
In fact, everything is simple! When a dog is left to itself, it will never learn useful things for a person, but it will definitely learn bad habits for a person!
This is a scheme about how a person, in an attempt to make his dog obedient, constantly walks in a circle, and then inevitably comes to a dead end. Here, of course, we are talking not just about an obedient dog, but about a dog that WANTS to obey its guide.
Many people have been working with dogs for decades, thinking at the same time that they are becoming more and more experienced. Yes, it is, but the experience can be different - positive and negative. So many over the years just consolidate their negative experience.

P.S. A dog left to itself is a dog that has the ability to search for resources and consume them independently, without any participation of its guide in this.

School of communication with a dog "Netto_197".

Training without education is nothing.

The preparation of a dog for living together with a person consists of three completely different, but intertwined, processes – this is education, training and socialization. Here again it is necessary to highlight the process of education and say a few words about its meaning. Only this time I'll start with... tools.
Since ancient times, a person has been coming up with all sorts of different devices and tools that help him in life, facilitate the achievement of certain goals. All the tools in a person's life have a certain meaning. For example, a hammer is designed to hammer nails, and a microscope is designed to obtain enlarged images.
In such a direction as cynology, there are also their own tools. Such tools include an ordinary collar or chain, a leash, a strict collar, a garrote (ring), an electric collar, etc. That is, these are the things with which the guide can have a physical effect on the dog.
So most people who have dogs (this also applies to most training instructors) use these tools to influence the dog for OTHER purposes. The above tools are designed to explain to the dog our requirements and desires and also for CONTROL. Most of them use them in order to FORCE the dog to do something!
One can imagine what would happen if a microscope was used to hammer nails. Yes ... of course you will hammer some number of nails, but very soon the microscope will deteriorate first and lose its direct purpose, and then you will not be able to hammer nails with them.
And now to the dogs. As a result, such dogs, which were trained with the help of improper use of instruments of influence, are controlled by a person only when the conductor has an instrument of influence. And even in this case, the control of the dog can be considered conditional. For example, many dogs can learn how to avoid your influence (they will turn out of the collar or, while in the electric collar, run away a sufficient distance from the conductor so that there is no connection with the remote control), in general, dogs are very smart… And if you suddenly have a broken leash ... yes, a lot of things can happen. I'm not talking about how well and with what desire such a dog will carry out your commands. And even if you have rebuilt and started using the tools for their intended purpose, you will be disappointed – the tools already work poorly for their intended purpose, or do not work at all (as with a microscope).
And here many dog owners ask what to do and how to be. Moreover, many of them believe that their dogs do not obey because they got a difficult dog, a strong dog, an aggressive dog, a stubborn dog, a cunning dog, a smart dog or some other special dog. Everything is actually simpler! All the answers lie in the process of education. If you have to use the tools of influence for the wrong purpose, then you have an incorrectly constructed process of education. Good luck! Don't hurt your dogs!

School of communication with a dog "Netto_197".

The movie "Hachiko". Cinema and reality.

Very often you have to deal with the aggression of dogs to other dogs or to people. Moreover, most often such dogs are brought to classes already in a neglected state. So after all, is a dog a friend of a person or not?
Everyone probably watched the movie "Hachiko" or something similar. Such films undoubtedly have a great positive impact on people, especially on children. These films promote the development of love and compassion in a person and all that. But such films also cause harm, and quite significant. They show that the dog becomes so devoted to a person by itself, ready to do anything for him. People will watch enough of such a movie, on a wave of emotions they get dogs and wait for a miracle, without taking any action against them.
Well, yes, some owners are still puzzled by the training process for several months, naively believing that the dog will subsequently listen to them, the dog is a friend of a person… Miracles do not happen, take off the rose-colored glasses already, all dogs are rational and selfish, they will not do anything to you just like that. Dogs value leaders, not those who can be controlled. If the dog allows himself to disobey you, then you are not a leader, at best you are a "canteen" and your dog's love for you is just your illusion!
So all dogs, absolutely everything, are born only with the ability to cooperate with a person and this ability still needs to be developed. Nothing will happen just like that. But most often it happens much worse. Many not only do nothing, they also do everything wrong, thereby on the contrary destroying the genetic memory of a dog for cooperation with a person. And what is the result? Well, in the best case, the dog simply does not listen to the guide, and in the worst case, it bit someone. It's also good when it eats its owners, it's not a pity for them – they deserve it. But what does it have to do with the people and dogs around you? Why should they have problems because of your irresponsibility?

School of communication with a dog "Netto_197".

"Purely for myself."

Information for those dog lovers (most of them) who want to prepare their dog only for a comfortable life together. Imagine that parents set a math teacher the task of teaching their child the multiplication table. But at the same time, they say that they are not going to enter physics, they do not need higher mathematical education and they are not going to make a math scientist out of their child, they need to "purely for themselves" and for general development. To the question of whether to teach the whole multiplication table, they answer that of course all of it, but they find it difficult to answer the teacher's question what does "purely for themselves" mean.
If the task is to learn the multiplication table completely, then the learning result can have only two options – to know the whole multiplication table and not to know it, there is no middle option "purely for yourself".
Now let's move on to dogs, or rather to people who want to prepare their dogs for the realities of only ordinary everyday life, who need "purely for themselves". To a more specific question, "What exactly are we going to teach the dog?" most people in this case answer that they want to teach the commands "nearby", "sit", "lie down", "voice", etc. Here we have to be even more specific - "Do you need the dog to only know the commands or to know and execute them always and everywhere?". Of course, everyone wants the second option.
So I would like to note once again that the difference between the usual household dog training from sports or service training consists only in the quantitative set of commands and in the quality of their execution. Both of these preparations have one main goal in common – the dog should be controlled always and everywhere and preferably from the first time, hence their philosophy is the same.
Dog training, namely education and training, refers to the exact applied sciences. Therefore, if you treat these processes carelessly and somehow, you will never get a controlled dog.
I wish you all good luck in achieving your main goal!

School of communication with a dog "Netto_197".

All in good time!

Very often people make excessive demands on their dogs, set them tasks that are difficult for them due to age or insufficient training. Imagine that you need to grow a tree from a seed. What are your actions?
Of course, we will first prepare the necessary soil of a certain composition for this. Then we will plant the seed in this soil to a certain depth, perhaps we will first give some seeds the opportunity to germinate in water. Then, in order for the seed to germinate successfully, it will be necessary to comply with various conditions and requirements, such as soil and environmental humidity, temperature, illumination, etc. At the same time, we may also use the fertilizers and preparations necessary for this.
As a result of our actions, if all the conditions and requirements are correctly met, our seed will finally germinate and a sprout will appear on the surface of the soil. This sprout is very tender and weak, and we, in turn, take care of it, protect and support its growth, perform the necessary procedures such as loosening the soil and continue to comply with the necessary conditions. After a certain time, we grow a full-fledged tree, which is already quite difficult to break or destroy.
And what would happen if we, without waiting for the sprout to appear on the surface of the soil, would climb into the ground to look for it or would pick at the seed in search of a sprout? Well, of course in this case we will have neither a sprout nor a tree. Or let's say a sprout has appeared and we will take care of it as an adult tree. In this case, the young plant will die and we will not see an adult beautiful tree again.
And now about our dogs. Our little puppy is a seed from which we have to grow a beautiful big tree, i.e. an adult, well–mannered, manageable, adequate dog. Everything is simple here, there is no need to teach puppies a lot. It is enough to create the conditions necessary for our tasks in the puppy's life, to perform the necessary preparatory actions, and at a certain time our dog will show the behavior we need, which, in turn, we will only have to support and develop. All in good time!

School of communication with a dog "Netto_197".

Independence of dogs. Do you need it?

I had one such very interesting illustrative case with one of the students. One couple of people came to me-a dog. Everything was like most people, the dog wanted to spit on his guide, although he somehow obeyed me (despite the fact that she saw me only once a week). We fought for six months, until I accidentally heard the following comment from the conductor: "I am very proud of my dog, he is so independent!". Well, what else can we talk about? I've been saying the opposite for six months, and here…
I was a little upset for a couple of minutes, we continued the lesson. At the first time the dog ignores the guide's command and his dissatisfaction with the dog, I stop the guide: "Wait. Why do you scold and offend your dog? What are you dissatisfied with? The dog shows his independence, it's his choice… You were just proud of your dog's independence! Respect his choice!" Now the conductor was in a stupor. Another repeated lecture was read... they stopped studying after that.
What do I mean by that? Before you prepare a dog, decide on your tasks and desires. Decide what kind of "picture" you want to draw. Even if your task is to make your dog "independent", then be kind enough to take care of the safety of others! I have already met many times with such dogs who are "independent", who themselves are used to building their personal relationships with family members and with others. The owners of such dogs do not care about the people and dogs around them, this is their favorite dog, she must live a full life and she can do anything. And if you are preparing your dog for sports or service, in particular for protective disciplines, then you need to think more about the upbringing of your pets. No need to cook purely stadium dogs! I have repeatedly experienced the bites of such "independent" sports dogs, which were taught to bite a person. But tolerance also has a limit.

School of communication with a dog "Netto_197".

Man and dogs. The usual case or again about education.

Consider an ordinary case from the life of a person who for the first time (and not only) got himself a small puppy. In most cases, a puppy up to 4-5 months does not cause any special problems, the owner of the dog and everyone around is fascinated by his sweetness, everything is fine and amazing, the so-called "ushi-pusi" period passes. Of course, the guide does not think about the necessary processes of preparing the dog, yet it is so wonderful. But then he gradually begins to notice that the idyll seems to be beginning to end, the puppy sometimes begins to show some disregard, which irritates her owner. For some time, a person thinks that this will "resolve itself", which cannot happen out of the blue. Then the guide finally comes to the idea that now it's definitely time to train the dog and proceeds to its implementation.
And most often, after the owner has started training his pet, their relationship begins to deteriorate. What's wrong here? It's very simple, a novice dog owner considers and implements the training process as a normal "forced" with the use of physical violence. When preparing a dog for life together, most novice guides think only about its training, forgetting about the process of education, which is of primary importance in the preparation of the dog.
Let's say the conductor coped with this task. Maybe he got to it himself, maybe he got help from quality instructors, it doesn't matter. As a result, the dog is manageable and all that… But a certain time has passed and he realizes that he needs a second dog. Confident that now he is already with knowledge and everything will go according to plan, he gets another puppy.
But after a while he realizes that again it's not so simple ... Yes, indeed, when you already have two dogs, it is necessary to build a relationship not only between the guide and the second dog, but also the relationship between dogs. And that's not all! It is also necessary to build a relationship between all three at the same time. But that's another story…
Education will help you! First of all, learn to raise dogs, not train them!

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And what does your dog learn in his spare time?

Many dog breeders, when training their dogs, believe that it will be enough for them to do only training. But do not forget that when the training session ends, the process of training the dog does NOT stop, it continues even in a dream. And now ask yourself the following question: "What does your dog learn in class and what in his spare time?". Answering this question in more detail, you may notice that the knowledge that we try to convey to the dog in the classroom contradicts the knowledge they received in their free time.
The quality of dog training primarily depends on their pastime in their free time.
Well, now let's look into this issue a little. The content of dogs according to their pastime in their free time can be divided into three main types, these are free, aviary (cage) and mixed content.
Free maintenance is such maintenance in which the dog is always left to itself and can independently make decisions on finding the resources necessary for life (food, play, social communication) and, when they are found, consume them. Such a dog can also be called a dog left to itself. For example, if a dog lives in an apartment, then it can freely move around it if desired, look for an opportunity to get a game (independently or with someone) and play when it is found. The dog can also search for food on its own and, if successful, consume it. In this case, the dog is not limited in any way in communicating with other people and animals.
Dogs with free maintenance show a complete lack of concentration in the classroom, they completely lack motivation to cooperate with a person. Such dogs show multiple indicative reactions, interfere with other guides and dogs engaged with them in the same group. The present fears or phobias in such dogs become fixed over time and it becomes more and more difficult to correct them. Often such dogs are in an aggressive state both against other dogs and against people. To such dogs, their guides are forced to apply quite a lot of physical correction, which eventually leads to even worse contact with the dog. Training such dogs from class to class is becoming more and more difficult and, as a result, impossible at all.
With an aviary (cage) content, the dog spends all his free time in an aviary (cage), where there is only water. A dog, being in an aviary, cannot in any way carry out a full-fledged search for resources and consume them independently. The dog gets everything he needs only during classes and communication with the guide for the actions necessary for a person and subject to certain discipline.
Dogs that are kept in an aviary (cage), on the contrary, show good concentration and attention in the classroom. They have excellent motivation for the exercises they perform. The training material is mastered by such dogs very well, their approximate reactions from class to class are becoming less and less. Even if some dogs have certain phobias or fears, they decrease over time or disappear altogether. As a result, the dogs of the aviary content from class to class show an increasing desire to cooperate with a person.
With mixed content, both free and open-air content is carried out. For example, when the dog's guide is at home, the dog is left to itself, but when the guide leaves the house, the dog is in the aviary.
Dogs, whose pastime in their free time has a mixed character, behave differently in the classroom. Most of these dogs immediately show behavior similar to free-range dogs. But some dogs, with mixed content, at the first stages of preparation show a good interest in exercises, they have sufficient motivation for what is happening and concentration on their guide. Training of such dogs starts well. But as the number of classes increases and their complexity, the motivation and concentration of dogs begin to decrease, the existing phobias and fears begin to consolidate. As a result, the amount of physical correction from the guide begins to increase and, accordingly, human contact with the dog worsens. All this again leads to the fact that classes with such dogs become ineffective.
Well, in the end I want to add that a dog can be either controlled or not controlled, all the average options speak of the uncontrollability of a dog by a person.

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Dog training in mathematical language. Dog training formula.

Mathematics is absolutely everywhere. And what might the process of training a dog in a mathematical language look like?
To do this, the so-called dog training formula was derived.
The formula is currently not designed to calculate any absolute numbers. The basic philosophy of this formula is the dependence of the dog's reliability in work on certain factors in the process of its preparation for joint activity with a person.

Xrd is the dog's reliability coefficient. The reliability of a dog is understood as the performance of actions taught by the conductor in a certain period of time with different stimuli in conditions when the conductor is completely helpless in relation to his dog, that is, the conductor cannot additionally influence the dog in any way and he has only a few repetitions of voice signals or gestures in stock.

Xqd is the dog's quality coefficient. Here, quality is understood as its genetic data. For example, it is impossible to get some super jumps from a dog with sore paws, you will have to be content with what she got from birth. It is also impossible to expect from an insecure dog any high results in defensive discipline, etc. This coefficient includes not only the physiological data of the dog, but also the strength of its genetic memory for cooperation with humans.

CT – the complexity of the task assigned to the dog. Here it is necessary to understand that each dog has its own limit of possibilities, upon reaching which its malfunction may occur.

A, B, C (A±B±C). A – love, B – discipline, C – lack of resources. These three variables taken together should not be considered as simple mathematical operations. This part of the formula has some necessary optimal ratio of indicators for a successful result in the process of communicating with the dog. For each dog, this ratio is different, there is no universal ratio. Moreover, even for the same dog, this ratio will constantly change over time. This ratio, first of all, reflects the process of education. Conditionally, if this ratio is selected perfectly, its value can be considered equal to 100%.

Xc is the correction factor. This can also simply be called the amount of correction. First of all, this is a correction related to the physical impact on the dog, but other types of it can also be attributed here. It can be seen from the formula that the smaller the amount of correction, the higher the reliability of the dog. Moreover, although this coefficient should tend to zero, but it should not be equal to zero, since it cannot be divided by zero. In turn, this indicates that it is impossible to prepare reliable dogs with the use of only positive reinforcement.

Xqt is the quality coefficient of the conductor. This coefficient, first of all, is responsible not for the physiology of the conductor (although this also matters), but for the level of his knowledge in dog training, for his positive experience in this process (not to be confused with negative experience). This is the most important indicator in this formula, it strongly affects all other indicators. The higher this coefficient, the more optimal and closer to 100% the ratio (A ± B ± C) will be selected and, accordingly, the value of the correction coefficient will be lower. A guide with a high level of knowledge can also neutralize the consequences of a low quality coefficient of a dog and correctly assess the limit of its capabilities.

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