BREED SPECIFIC TRAINING
TRAINING FOR YOUR SPECIFIC BREED
At Canine Snake Avoidance, we understand that specific breeds of dogs have specific training needs. Therefore we have both a general and modified program to accomodate for differen types of dogs. This is important to do as what "drives" a dog is a significant motivator to determine the type of training that is required. For example, hound dogs and sight dogs use different senses as their primary means to explore the world.
We adopt Canine Snake Avoidance training for the specific needs of dogs regardless of which group they belong to whether they be: Utility dogs, Gun Dogs, Hounds, Toy Dogs, Terriers, Working Dogs or of the Non Sporting variety.
At Canine Snake Avoidance, we also understand that individual dogs can have specific needs or have been trained in a specific way. We can tailor training for your indvidual dog and work closely with dog owners to ensure that dogs needs are always met.
Utility Dog Canine Snake Avoidance
The utility dog group is highly diverse. They were originally bred for a specific purpose and often can carry out a multitude of different jobs and can compete in many types of canine competitions and activities. Utility dogs are often excellent at obedience, highly adaptable, intelligent and extremely capable. Click on the dogs below to learn more about specific Utility dog Canine Snake Avoidance training for specific utility breeds (The below is not a complete list):
ANATOLIAN SHEPHERD / KANGAL
BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG
Working Dog Canine Snake Avoidance
Working Dogs are those that carry out specific functions to a high standard in modern day society. They should not be confused with ‘Utility Dogs’ which were bred for a specific purpose that no longer carries out their function today. Working Dogs, in contrast, are still able to do what they have been bred for in recent times. Click on the working dogs below to learn more about specific working dog Canine Snake Avoidance for these breeds (The below is not a complete list):
AUSTRALIAN CATTLE DOG
WHITE SWISS SHEPHERD
Gun Dog Canine Snake Avoidance
Gun dogs have been specifically bred to assist man as they have evolved along side humans as fellow hunters since the Ice age. As weapons progressed over time including since the development of guns, specific breeds of dogs have adopted different functions. Some work in water such as Golden Retrievers, while Pointers developed their pointing stance to help hunters identify a prey's location. Today Gun dogs are still used for hunting, but can also have a perfectly happy life away from firearms in the family home. At Canine Snake Avoidance, the most common dogs we train are gun dogs. Check out the specific gun dog breeds below (This is not a complete list):
GERMAN SHORT HAIRED POINTER
GERMAN WIREHAIRED POINTER
HOUND SNAKE AVODIANCE
Hounds are either "sight hounds" or "scent hounds". These dogs have strong determination using their special skills to assist with hunting they have used for humans since approximately 10,000B.C. Hounds are often described as being 'dignified and aloof' but also as trustworthy companions.
They can make wonderful family pets but do best when required to perform tasks with lots of action and instruction. We focus specifically on the hound's abilities when training Canine Snake Avoidance. Check out the specific hound breeds below (this is not a complete list):
TOY DOG CANINE SNAKE AVOIDANCE
Toy Dogs were bred to be lap dogs that thrive on human company. They do not perform any other real function. Toy dogs have been selectively bred to have kind, loving personalities to bond strongly with humans and their families.
That said, toy dogs can be great warning guard dogs for the family home. Toy dogs perform well at Canine Snake Avoidance with training specifically tailored for their individual needs (and sometimes demanding personalities). Check out the specific toy dog breeds being trained for Canine Snake Avoidance (this is not a complete list):
CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL
Terrier Dog Canine Snake Avoidance
Terrier dogs would originally hunt their prey into the ground. Some breeds can dig out vermin, others can hunt otters, rabbits, foxes etc. They are known for their ability to hunt close to the ground and enter burrows/warrens. Terriers are well known to be high energy, tenacious and can be fiesty. They are a favourite pet for many dog owners due to their cute appearance and determined personality.
Canine Snake Avoidance for terriers is specific to their type. Training involves using terrier's hunting ability and tenaciousness to help identify and learn to stay away from snakes. Below is some of the terriers trained in Canine Snake Avoidance (But this is not a complete list):
JACK RUSSELL TERRIER
STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TERRIER
WEST HIGHLAND TERRIER
Non Sporting Dog Canine Snake Avoidance
The Non-Sporting Dog Breed Group is made up of a diverse group of dog breeds that share no common characteristics. Non sporting dogs can be of different sizes, appearances, personalities which makes this breed group the most diverse of all. As such, there is no one type of specific Canine Snake Avoidance for non-sporting dogs, rather each dog is trained for its individual breed and personality. At Canine Snake Avoidance, we will work closely with you to learn about your dog and how we can modify training for your Non-Sporting Breed. Below is a list of SOME (not all) of non sporting dogs trained in Canine Snake Avoidance.
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