Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Valdivia, Chile
Re: Just a question
In a real life scenario, the dog will not bite a sleeve, he will launch himself direct to the center of the bad guy, that is why PPD dogs are taught to bite in the back and in the chest. And in real life, it is not as easy to divert those attacks as it seems.
Most dogs that slow down, for what I've seen, is lack of commitment, confident, or physical capacity (extreme angulations, by example). Many dogs are taught to launch themselves to the helper, not for the show of it, but because that way the bite is harder, the dog is expecting this prey is going to escape at the last moment and don't want to give it opportunity. Later this prey game becomes a confrontation, but the sequence is already learn by the dog.
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