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03-06-2014 03:32 PM
carmspack no this would not be Campagne .

Campagne test the dog , nerves , reaction, RECOVERY

my creative test would be more engaged , active between handler and dog , being taught something on the spot

it tests the breeder as much as it tests the dog . makes for a more observant handler , better evaluation of young pups

it is an idea -- not practical

here is a large thread covering Swedish mentality test http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...king-type.html


and http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...-thoughts.html
03-06-2014 03:10 PM
meldy
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Originally Posted by carmspack View Post
this is going to be way out there because it is not practical to apply .

to ask dog and handler to teach some brand new sequence -- randomly chosen , randomly submitted selections handed in that day . no one can prepare for it , other than give the dog a great deal of broad education as part of daily experience.

it would reveal the dogs bidability and directability . requires bond and relationship .

makes for better quality time spent between dog and handler , better understanding of dog , potential breeder gets to evaluate intelligence and trainability . More dimensions to dog in breeding , not just selecting for colour or biting - win win.

the session would be open to view by all and any to see the work in progress . as it stands dogs are chosen by scores . this way you can start to separate trained behaviour from natural nerve and intelligence.

Swedish Mentality test !! --


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Isn't this essentially Campagne?

Would that work as a test for both types?
03-06-2014 03:01 PM
carmspack this is going to be way out there because it is not practical to apply .

to ask dog and handler to teach some brand new sequence -- randomly chosen , randomly submitted selections handed in that day . no one can prepare for it , other than give the dog a great deal of broad education as part of daily experience.

it would reveal the dogs bidability and directability . requires bond and relationship .

makes for better quality time spent between dog and handler , better understanding of dog , potential breeder gets to evaluate intelligence and trainability . More dimensions to dog in breeding , not just selecting for colour or biting - win win.

the session would be open to view by all and any to see the work in progress . as it stands dogs are chosen by scores . this way you can start to separate trained behaviour from natural nerve and intelligence.

Swedish Mentality test !! --


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03-06-2014 02:47 PM
meldy
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Originally Posted by lhczth View Post
Personally I would bring back the old SchH1 test.

For both 'strains/styles' of GSD?

Ive been told there are not two styles and that there are. The Iceberg thread made it pretty clear that they are going totally different directions.
03-06-2014 02:33 PM
lhczth Personally I would bring back the old SchH1 test.
03-06-2014 12:56 PM
meldy
Breed test

Sort of a spin off from a few different threads...

If the breeders out there could design a breed test for the GSD...what would you require?

How would the test be different for SL and WL dogs?

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