In addition, there were some subtle behavioral indications of stress, even in the absence of physiological ones. For example, dogs from both Groups A and B carried their tails lower than those in Group C and displayed more sudden movements away from their trainers. Since these findings applied equally to groups A and B, it is unlikely that they're due to the collars, but rather to the trainers themselves.
Dog Training 101: How to Train ANY DOG the Basics - YouTube
The dogs are evaluated throughout “puppy-hood” for a willingness to work and a sensitive nose. Once we have identified their interest in smells, they begin scent training. A person experiencing hypoglycemia produces a particular scent, found on the breath, due to chemical changes in their body. All people produce the same scent when they have low blood sugar. Our training methods are similar to those used to train drug sniffing or search and rescue dogs trained to find people.
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We do not train Guide Dogs for people who are blind, for diabetic alert/response, to anticipate or detect medical symptoms, for the primary benefit of emotional comfort, to recognize and/or manage undesirable human behavior, to provide supervision, navigation, or safety from environmental hazards, to respond aggressively, to provide personal protection or to assist with the management of mental illness (such as PTSD, etc.) as a primary condition.
Apr 9, 2017 - Every dog needs training