Click here to get The Special Dog Training Report
 Pomeranian Home | Pomeranian Manual | Obedience Training | Pomeranian Supplies | Blog | Picture Gallery | Tell A Friend |
MAIN MENU
About The Pomeranian
Pomeranian Breeders
Pomeranian Puppies
Pomeranian Care
Pomeranian Training
Pomeranian Rescue
Pomeranian Types
Pomeranian Pictures
FREE Stuff
Pomeranian BOOKS
Most Popular Books
Pomeranian Manual
Obedience Training
Dog Food Secrets
Dog Food Recipes
Health Care Remedies
Pomeranian STORE
Supplies & Accessories
RELATED ARTICLES

Dog Beds For Diggers

Training Your Dog

Dog Agility Training

Basic Dog Training

Outdoor Dog Kennel Flooring

Large Dog Kennel

Dog Kennel Building Plan

Veterinary Internships

Veterinary Surgical Instruments

Veterinary Supplies

Lupine Dog Collar

Dog Food Scare

LATEST NEWS
  • Buying More Than One Puppy - Should You

  • Your Dog And The All Natural Diet

  • New Wrinkly Dog Breed Makes Westminster Debut | Wired Science From ...

  • Dog Training Success Depends On Tactics With Breed

  • Vaccines A Good Investment In Farm Dog Health - Animal Health - Saskatoon Western Producer (subscription)

  • How To Interpret Your Dogs Behavior

  • The Dog (and Pig) Days Of February - City Room Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Tough California Dog Laws Means Your Dog Must Be Given Dog Training In California

  • Churchill's 'black Dog' Would Have Kept Him Out Of Number 10 - Scotsman

  • Free Dog Health Checks With PDSA - Flintshire Chronicle

  • Speaking For Spot. A New Book Answers Questions For Dog Owners - Examiner.com

  •    Home » Articles » DogTraining » Police Dog Training Can Play A Vital Role, But A t What Cost?

    How to avoid making the same Mistakes other Pomeranian owners are making.... (more)

    Police Dog Training Can Play A Vital Role, But A t What Cost?

     

    Police dog training is important to get the police dog to perform its assigned role that includes prevention of crime as well as going on operational patrols. In addition, police dogs need to track as well as search for criminals from scenes of crime because police dogs are more effective than a single police officer as it is able to scent humans from many hundred yards away, and they can also search areas that are inaccessible to humans.

    News Flash  Feb, 11 2009

    Successful Dog Training

    If your dog is trained, he will: Allow you to run your hand over his body to check... Read More

     

    News Flash  Feb, 11 2009

    Dog Health Concerns Spur New Breed Standards - Baltimore Sun

    Dog health concerns spur new breed standardsBaltimore Sun, United States - Feb 8, 2009... such as a short muzzle or loose skin, are made more prominent by breeders, and which can have detrimental... Read More

     

    News Flash  Feb, 11 2009

    Stump The Sussex Spaniel Named Best In Show - Westminster Dog Show ...

    A 10-year-old Sussex spaniel has become Americaâs top dog. Stump is the oldest winner ever at the Westminster Kennel Club show. Read More

     

    News Flash  Feb, 11 2009

    Top Five Mistakes Dog Owners Make

    Mistake number one: Choosing a dog because it is cute This is a very common mistake... Read More

     

    News Flash  Feb, 11 2009

    Here Are Some Simple Tips For A Well Behaved Dog

    Well, we have made it to the end of our short course. I really hope that what I have... Read More

     

    87% of all dogs DIE way too early because of the food they are fed. Find out how to STOP this happening to your Pomeranian!

    Many Different Roles That A Police Dog Has To Perform

    Police dog training also involves teaching the police dog to be able to recover articles from the scene of the crime as well as provides help in locating missing persons. Police dogs should also be trained to handle disturbances and it has been found that one police dog is as good as having ten police officers. Also, the police dog can be used in search and rescue operations and is especially useful in searching out explosives as well as drugs.

    Police dog training also requires carefully selecting both the dog as well as its handler that should combine well so that necessary skills are imparted and developed to best levels possible. Handlers need to undergo tough physical as well as mental courses and they should learn everything from legislation to veterinary practices as well as canine psychology.

    While the handler is police training the dog there is sure to be a very close bond develop between the two and the training involves harnessing the instinctive behavior of the dog and combining it with positive reinforcement. In addition, the natural abilities of the dog must be identified as well as encouraged and improved upon. The essence of police dog training is to encourage the dog to put its instinctive drive whenever commanded to do so into a controlled situation

    It is also usual for police dog training to involve constant rewards and praise being given to the dog which should help strengthen its work ethic because the dog puts in much hard work. Good food, care, exercise as well as protection are other facets of police dog training all of which helps impart the best training to the dog. Control, efficiency as well as safety are other essential parts of police dog training.

    A dog has the instinct to please the pack leader and for police dog training the dog handler plays this role. It is his or her responsibility to get the most out of the natural abilities of the dog and most training exercises revolve around this aspect of police dog training.

     

    Got Dog Problems? The GOOD news for YOU is that it's easier than you may think to regain control of your Pomeranian. Discover all the latest PROVEN methods and techniques YOU can use to train your Pomeranian. Find out about Pomeranian Obedience Training NOW!

    Discover how to have a happy, healthy and well behaved Pom... (more)   Training a Pomeranian is easy when you use these methods........

    Pomeranian Picture

    Privacy Statement | Terms OF Use | Contact Us | Pomeranian Blog | Pomeranian Pictures | Tell A Friend |

    Subscribe to the Official Pomeranian GuideCopyright © 2008 www.OfficialPomeranianGuide.Com All Rights Reserved.