ZTP And Korung

ZTP And Korung
ZTP And Korung

Video: ZTP And Korung

Отличия серверных жестких дисков от десктопных
Video: Bali vom Mittelpunkt Bali vom Mittelpunkt DMC Körung ZTP Bliedersdorf Gesamt 2023, February
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The best known in Europe are the ZTP (dilutive) and Korung tests, which were originally developed in Germany and are now common in several other countries.

The ZTP test should not be attempted for the first time until the dog is 14 months old. Only dogs that meet certain requirements and have passed a preliminary examination are allowed to take the test. First, the dog must have a clearly legible tattoo (usually done at an early age on the inner ear or groin). The tattoo number must match the pedigree number. Secondly, x-rays of hip dysplasia should be taken and presented. Acceptable outcomes are HD-1 (dysplasia free) and HD-2 (transitional to dysplasia).

Malinois grabbed the helper by the sleeve, photo photo of the dog
Malinois grabbed the helper by the sleeve, photo photo of the dog

Testing is carried out in two stages: an assessment of the dog's conformation and temperament, which includes an assessment of the degree of social adaptation of the dog and its protection and protection work.

1. Assessment of the exterior. The judge evaluates the anatomical structure and physical development of the dog, comparing its statistic with the description of the “ideal” Doberman given in the Breed Standard. The rules provide for five degrees of exterior assessment:

V - Excellent, SG - Very Good, G - Good, Bef - Satisfactory, Ungn - Unsatisfactory.

To successfully pass this stage and move on to the next, the dog must receive a grade not lower than "good" - for females, "very good" - for males. All dogs must have a correct bite and a complete dental formula (minimum 42 suitably positioned teeth).

2. Assessment of temperament. At this stage, the judge evaluates the character and temperament of the dog, that is, determines how confident the dog is, how quickly it is able to recover from the shock, how well its defense instinct and fighting spirit are developed, whether it has courage, firmness, speed of reaction, what is her threshold of excitability and contact with the owner, is she afraid of shots.

Shepherd dog catches up with the fleeing helper, photo photo of the dog
Shepherd dog catches up with the fleeing helper, photo photo of the dog

Testing involves modeling various extreme situations unexpected for a dog, in which it must demonstrate correct behavior - composure and restraint, adequate reactions, obedience, etc. When assessing a dog's temperament, it is taken into account how it reacts to a situation and how quickly it can deal with it.

To assess the degree of social adaptation, the dog is guided through a group of strangers moving in different directions, which have various provoking psychological effects on the dog: they talk loudly, gesticulate, open umbrellas in front of the dog, etc. Inadequate reactions characterizing the unbalanced temperament of the dog are alert, “Prickly”, “surreptitiously” look, nervous licking of lips, trembling, rearing fur, hysterical barking, sharp jerks; a noticeable desire of the dog to "shrink", "shrink" from fear, hide behind the owner, or, conversely, aggressiveness (anger and attempts to bite). The dog should not appear worried, agitated, insecure, or intimidating. Any manifestations of insecurity, nervousness, fear,excitement or other inadequate reactions to the stimuli used are entered into a special questionnaire.

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