Why does it take a long time to train a police dog?
It took my dog like 10 minutes or maybe less, I don't remember but it's okay if your dog takes long like let's say a month or something it's just some dogs learn faster than o…thers. Not to be mean, but my dog's a bone head a lot of the times! Haha
it depends what training method you use. i watch ceasar millan and that helped my dog learn to stay. ill tell you how i did it too. first you must be very calm when you do thi…s,if your excited inside the dog might not do it so be calm and serious. and don't yell,just be patient and your dog will learn probely within 30 MIN!!! so do it right! ok,make the dog calm,and make the dog sit beside you. say shhhh fast,and pull the leash up,just enough so it gets its attention. then say STAY firmly,and drop the leash and just walk away,don't make eye contact until you turn around to see if the dog stayed. if your dog comes to you bring it right back to the spot,some dogs don't sit but its okay for it to stand. so repeat this,my dog learned it within 20 min. you can also put your hand it the STOP position and say stay. and remember just walk away,forget about the dog and don't pay attention to it. so when you think you got this,make it harder. run around,jog,make a weird noise,sit down or grab a toy. it may help if you don't make eye contact when you do this. and remember to walk your dog,this can help a LOT. if its not walked regulary it may cause the dog to create bad behaviors. and being in the backyard is no subsitute for a walk.
While every breed of dog is different and each dog itself different, there isn't a set standard of time. If I had to wager a guess from past experience, at least a month or so…. Dedpends on the breed. For example, chihuahuas are not easy to potty train. Many chihuahuas i met never got potty trained. But for dogs like collies and other herding dogs are easily potty trained.
An assistance dog is a dog individually trained to perform tasks to help a person with a disability do things they cannot do for themselves. It typically takes 18 to 24 months… to train a full service assistance dog. Those trained only to work at home, such as some hearing dogs, can be trained in as little as six months.. A lot of the training time for dogs intended for public access is done in socialization, habituation, generalization and proofing against distraction. Dogs that work at home only have less need for this training because they encounter fewer people, fewer locations, and fewer distractions.. Dogs that work in public access must be trained to ignore distractions like squirrels, balls, running children, food on the ground, and people calling to them, to name just a few.
There are many different kinds of dogs used in police work. They may be trained in tactics or detection. Patrol dogs protect their human police partners and may be trained …to track and/or apprehend suspects. They may be trained to search buildings for suspects. They may work in corrections facilities. Detector dogs may be trained to search for narcotics, bombs, lost people, accellerants, cadavers, or contraband. The specific type of work the dog does determines how long training takes.. Training a police canine takes years. Most police departments import their dogs from Europe that have been trained in a sport such as Schutzhund, KNPV, or French Ring. They then modify the training that the dog has already received for street work. A police canine is trained in obedience, bite work, tracking, agility, handler protection, detection (Narcotics, or EOD). A lot goes into the training, most police canines are around - at least 2 years old before the canine is trained enough to hit the street.. For some drug sniffing dogs, you put the drug into a towel that has no scent of it's own, then let the dog sniff the towel, then you hide the towel, then tell the dog to find the towel which you have cleverly hidden with other towels that have other things wrapped up in it. Later you move to different towel, then in a long time, soak the towl in perfume and hide it. After a VERY long training period, your dog will be able to sniff out anything you train him or her to find. 3-5 years is the norm depending on the trainability of the dog. Usualy the dog would be obtain Shutzenhund titles 1, 2 and 3 then obtain tracking and/or Police dog endorsement. If you are interested in your dog learning advanced obedience and protection skills, I would recommend that you join a Shutzenhund club in your area as a good place to start. Until it is determined that they are thoroughly trained to do their duties AND are under the complete control of ther handlers. It can take up to 2 hours, if done correctly that is. Hi! It can depend on the breed of the dog. However, for the most part, the training starts when they are 6 weeks old and continues throughout their career. Each dog is trained usually 15 months to 3 years by the time they are assigned to a handler. It really depends on what exactly you want them trained for, but some dogs are able to be fielded in three years' time. The average police dog is trained for a span of several years. However, the exact amount of time depends on what the dog's job is and what breed of dog it is. The exact requirements for a police dog's training will differ from place to place and on the type of work the dog is trained to do, for example, whether a dog will be used to assist in criminal apprehension or will primarily be used for detection. However, most police dogs begin training at about one year old. The basic full time training program can be as little as six to eight weeks, depending on the dog and its ability. Weekly training sessions typically follow so long as the dog is in service, which can be up to 8 or 9 years.
Around 1 1/2 years to 2
Most of the time 2 to 3 years. Pups in the Seeing Eye program are typically 7-8 weeks old when they are sent to live with 4-H families to receive socialization and training in… manners and basic obedience. They are typically 14 to 18 months old when they are returned to the Seeing Eye for advanced training. The Seeing Eye is just one of many programs that train dogs to guide the blind. Individual programs may do their puppy raising differently. The Seeing Eye is the oldest and most recognized guide dog training program in the world. According to professional guide dog programs such as The Seeing Eye or Guide Dogs for the Blind, it takes 2 years from start to finish to train a guide dog. It is not safe for a dog to do guide work till after their growth plates have closed which usually happens around the age of 2. According to professional guide dog programs such as The Seeing Eye or Guide Dogs for the Blind, it takes 2 years from start to finish to train a guide dog. It is not safe for a dog to do guide work till after their growth plates have closed which usually happens around the age of 2. According to guide dog schools such as Guide Dogs for the Blind, it takes about 2 years from start to finish to train a guide dog. A dog's growth plates must be closed (this happens around the age of 2) for them to safely do guide work. Training Time Puppy raisers generally receive their wards at about 8 weeks of age and return them to the guide dog center at around 14 months for formal training. Typically the actual working part of a dogs training takes between 3 and 9 months - after the puppy stage and "being a good pet" training is finished. This is why many organizations use volunteer puppy raisers - it helps get their dogs through the basics with very little expense (most training organizations run on donations alone). Other groups scour rescues and adopt adult dogs who have already gone through the puppy stage... and yet others place their dogs in their future homes as puppies to help the bonding process along.A "Seeing Eye Dog" refers to dogs from The Seeing Eye - one specific training program. You can find out more information about them and their specific program at http://www.seeingeye.org/ According to their FAQ it takes exactly 22 months and 27 days to train one of their graduates.Training starts with the puppy raiser, and keeps on going even after being placed with the blind person. Both of my wifes Guides were 2 years old when she got them. it depends on the dog, the breed, and the school 18-36 months depending on the program and dogs learning. Seeing Eye dogs(tm) from NJ says exactly 29 months and 27 days. The time taken to train a guide dog will vary on the dog and the exact purpose of it's training. It will take at least 3 to 9 months but some guide dogs take 22 months to train. It depends if the dog/puppy listens. If it is a more active dog that does not usually listen to you one way or the other it will take longer. If the puppy is naturally obedient then it wouldn't take that log because it actually listens to you. But most of the times the occasion is that it will take longer. It really depends if the dog does well in training sessions. The anwcer reported the most is 1-1-1/2 years
It takes bout 4-5 months to house train a dog. If it don't take 4-5 months just add another month to it. Also it probley take less months then that. It depends what kind of do…g you have
You can have a well trained dog in four weeks using my easy to follow obedience method Harley Harrington Harrington's Top Dog Training
it takes about 1-2 years at the most
Until the dog can do it without being asked and does it right. by the way training dogs cost about $30,000.
There is no standard answer to this question. It all depends on the size training staff of the agency and how many dog-handlers they have.
They need to memorize the substances of different drugs, and trustme, there are a LOT. They also undergo different type of traininglike missing persons, tracking, attacking an…d defending skills fortheir officer, and many other type. If you want to learn more aboutpolice dog training i think their is a video on YouTube. Since dogshave minds of a limit of 5 year old kid; They are always childishand playful. Hope This Helps :)
It will take approximately 4 to 8 weeks before your dog will learn to not do their business inside the house, if you are training it properly. To prevent further accidents, sc…old the pup when they go to the restroom in the incorrect place, and praise it when it shows you it needs to go or it goes to the restroom in the proper place.
Most dogs are around two years old when they are fully trained as guide dogs.
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You won't always hear what you like from me, but you will get the truth. To your question, (1) It depends on age, the best eaisest age is 7 months, but it will go backwards at… about 9 months old when it be comes a stroppy teenager (Hoody). The Military don't buy their dogs until they are two years old, they are then stable and workable after that it doesn't matter how old it gets it's no harder or easier, yes you can teach an old dog new tricks. (2) It depends on the breed, Forget training a Ridgback to retrieve, or a beagle to herd sheep. Give me the right dog for the right job at the right age, and I have been known to train an untrained dog for Obedience to a good standard in less than a day. Without you being trained first, It would probably take you months, It all depends on what standard you require. To sum up, get yourself trained by a good trainer working with a trained dog first, before you attempt to train an untrained dog. You need to be able to talk to him without saying a word, using the thought process, and body language.