Video: OKD Or IPO?

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Video: Чемпионат России 2017 г. по IPO. 2023, February

And if both? Because both training courses have their positive and negative sides. But with the entry of our country into the international canine arena, we must accept not only the rules for conducting exterior shows, but also obey the uniform rules for dog training and testing for the FCI member countries. Of course, the owner retains the right to choose a training course, but if you intend to participate with your dog in international events of the FCI member countries, then it becomes necessary to master the IPO.

Nowadays, many training sites offer an international training course for useful dogs, but there are clearly not enough methodological manuals designed to help dog owners in mastering an IPO. Bird Market hopes to fill this gap, and offers its readers a series of articles devoted to the methodology of practicing IPO skills.

Belgian shepherd sitting near the feet of the owner, photo photo of the dog
Belgian shepherd sitting near the feet of the owner, photo photo of the dog

This cycle is not intended to replace the trainer, but is intended for instructor-led dog owners to help organize homework.

Let's start with an introduction. The FCI international utility dog ​​training course has three classes, which differ in both the set of practiced skills and the degree of their complexity. An abbreviated version of the test rule for class I (IPO1).

Section A. Tracking Exercises. Search by the dog for two items of the trainer on his trail. The track is 20 minutes old, the length is from 350 to 400 steps.

Section B. Obedience Exercises. Each exercise begins and ends with a basic stance.

The main stance is that the owner (trainer) of the dog stands for some time in one place in a relaxed position, and the dog, being on the left side of him, sits. Moreover, the dog should sit parallel to the trainer's left leg, without falling over, and exactly as much as the trainer needs. That is, the dog should not change the given position on its own initiative.

Exercise 1. The movement of the dog next to the trainer on a leash. At the command "Near!" a dog on a leash should willingly, without fear, follow the trainer. During the tests, the trainer with the dog walk straight from 40 to 50 steps, make a turn in a circle and after 10-15 steps of rectilinear movement switch to running. After running another 10-15 steps, the trainer switches to slow movement (shortened step) and walks exactly the same distance at a slow pace. Then, moving in a normal, calm pace, makes turns in movement to the left, right and around. The straight-line movement from turn to turn is also 10-15 steps. The turn in a circle is carried out over the left shoulder.

When stopping, the dog must quickly sit down (take the starting position) without any influence from the handler.

During movement, the dog should be close to the handler, so that its left shoulder blade is at the level of the handler's left knee. The dog should not go forward, backward or to the side. The distance from the dog to the trainer's left leg should be no more than the width of the dog's croup.

During movement, the leash is held with the left hand and sags slightly.

"Near!" given only when starting a movement and changing the type of movement.

At the direction of the judge, the trainer with the dog passes through a group of people (4 people) and stops once in this group, while the group members must move around.

When performing a movement exercise on a leash on the command "Near!" mistakes are considered to be the lagging of the dog, its advance or deviation to the side, as well as the indistinct performance of movements by the trainer.

Exercise 2. The movement of the dog next to the trainer without a leash. Being in the main position, the trainer unfastens the leash, puts it in his pocket or hangs it over his shoulder and, having started the movement at the command "Near!", Immediately enters the group of people. In a group of moving people, the trainer must stop once.

After leaving the group, for a short time the trainer with the dog takes the basic stance, and begins to move in accordance with the tasks of exercise. 1. During the execution of movements (but not in a group of people), two shots are fired.

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