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The European Ringsport Exercises

Mondioring / Campagne / Frenchring / Belgianring / KNPV


Mondioring

 

Mondioring Points

Exercises

Brevet

MR I

MR II

MR III

Heel off leash

6

6

6

6

Absence (one minute)

10

10

10

10

Food refusal

 

5

10

10

Send out

 

12

12

12

Thrown Retrieve

12

12

12

12

Positions

 

10

20

20

Object Search (small wood dowel - scent discrimination)

 

-

15

15

Palissade (MR I has one choice of 3 jumps)

12 or

15 or

15 or

15

Hurdle MR II must do hurdle with choice of Palisade or Long jump

12 or

15 or

20

20

Long Jump

12 or

15 or

15 or

20

Face Attack with stick

( + obstacles in MR II / III )

30

50

40

50

Flee attack

 

50

30

30

Defense of Handler

30

30

30

30

Search and Escort

 

-

40

40

Face attack with accessories

 

-

40

50

Stop Flee Attack

 

-

-

30

Object Guard

 

-

-

30

General Outlook (10% per exercise)

"

"

"

"

Total

100

200

300

400

 

In red are common Mondioring exercises to the European Ringsports

Heel off leash (MR Brevet,I,II,III) - three turns, an acute and obtuse angle with the judges signal to stop and start. The pattern can be anywhere on the field and is not standard Campagne / FR / BR / KNPV

Absence (MR Brevet,I,II down / MR III down or sit) (one minute) - while handler is in the blind, there will be distractions at no closer than 10 meters(MR I, II) and 5 meters (MR III). Campagne / FR / BR / KNPV

Food Refusal (MR I,II,III) - this is a separate exercise for 1999. One piece MR I, and two pieces MR II, III. Six pieces on the ground for MR II & III. Campagne / FR / BR / KNPV

Send out (MR I,II,III)- MR I - 20 m, MR II - 30 m, MR III - 40m. with recall. This can be in any direction on the field. Remember the Mondioring field does not look as clean as the Frenchring or Schutzhund field.

Campagne / FR / BR / KNPV

Thrown Retrieve (MR Brevet,I,II,III)- 5 m thrown retrieve of an article of the judges choice. Bowling pin, bottle, plastic pale, small sack, wheel of a baby carriage, brush etc…not exceeding one kilogram. ( glass and metal is forbidden) This is a 12 pt exercise. It's not a given. Your dog has 15 seconds to figure out how to pick the object up and retrieve it.
"your dogs favorite sock or dumbbell won't cut it here, try using a brush or slinky, many dogs won't put it in their mouth"
Campagne / FR / BR / KNPV

Positions (MR I,II,III)- 3 positions MR I at 5 m, 6 positions MR II/III at 10/15 m respectively Campagne / FR / BR

Search of an Object (MR II,III)(small dowel) - you are given a dowel at the presentation with a number on it. You place your dog and walk 30 m where you will drop your dowel. On your way back to your dog there will be (3 dowels MR II) or (4 dowels MR III) dropped around your dowel, not closer than 25 cm. Before you send your dog you can allow him to scent your hands. You command your dog to search and bring. Your dog has one minute to return with your dowel.

BR / KNPV - Campagne does have tracking.

Jumps (MR Brevet,I, II, III):

Campagne / FR / BR / KNPV

MR Brevet, MR I - has one choice of the three jumps ( Brevet - 12 pts, MR I - 15 pts)

Palisade - 1.8 m, Long jump - 3.0 m, hurdle - 1.0 m ( Brevet - .8m)

MR II - hurdle ( 20 pts) and a choice of palisade or long jump (15 pts)

palisade - 2.1 m, long jump - 3.5 m, hurdle - 1.2 m

MR III - all three jumps

Palisade (15 pts) - 2.3 m, long jump (20 pts) - 4.0 m, hurdle (20 pts) 1.2 m

note: lesser heights in MR II & III are possible for less points

Palisade - 2.3 m max. one way only with a slanted board on the back ( one way).

"safe for the dogs landing"

Long Jump - 4.0 m max. (one way)

Hurdle - 1.2 m max. (out jump and return)

"There is a smaller key to replace the bars and points are taken off for touching it"

Face Attack with Stick MR Brevet, MR I (+Obstacles MR II/III) - decoy can barrage, opposition, menace etc. Article can now be used in place of a stick. The decoy cannot hit the dog with the stick! No esquives allowed. Decoy must be 3 to 5 meters behind obstacle in the center. Obstacles can be a water trough 25 cm deep, bales of straw, net fence, bushes etc, etc. Obstacles must not be dangerous to the dog. The obstacle can be no higher than 80 cm and must be 8 to 10 m long. Campagne / FR / BR / KNPV

"speaks for itself, the dog should have to negotiate obstacles on his way the decoy, this would be practical for real situations"

Flee Attack with Revolver (MR I, II, III)- 30 m to 40 m and the decoy fires the gun twice after the dog bites.

Campagne / FR / KNPV

" this exercise in itself is good, but when you add the stopped attack to the program, it becomes difficult as the dog might anticipate the stopped attack, very costly"

Flee Stopped Attack (MR III)(with gun)- during the presentation you select an envelope as to what the first Flee Attack will be (Bite or Stopped) Only the judge knows which one. During the first flee attack (while the dog is running down field) the judge will signal the handler if it is a bite or stop attack. The decoy will fire the gun only if he is bitten. If it is a successful stopped attack the decoy continues running. Campagne / FR / BR / KNPV

"you can't set your dog up for the stopped attack on the first Flee, and stopping your dog on a decoy running away is very interesting"

Defense of Handler (MR Brevet, I, II, III)- many things can take place before the handler and dog meet the decoy, the dog must remain with his handler and only bite when his handler is hit by the decoy. The decoy which attacks the handler must shake hands sometime before the attack. The situations are left up to the imagination of the club and judge and can be very entertaining. The decoy can hit someone else, menace the dog, approach and leave many times. There can be two decoys used. The main goal is the dog only bites when his handler is attacked. Try sitting down while the decoy does his work, will you dog stay with you. ( Brevet has only one decoy, simple routine, with two gun shots after the bite)

Campagne / FR / BR

"this is a very difficult exercise, the dog must focus on his job and ignore all else, including the second decoy which is agitating the dog. If you are hit by the decoy he will be bitten by your dog, your imagination is your only limit in training this exercise"

Search and Escort (MR II, III)- there is no escape out of the blind. The handler will come and take the decoy out of the blind. After there is "three" escapes during the escort. The search can be very difficult as the Mondioring is not standard and different types of blinds can be used. Blinds can be hidden behind bushes or be in very usual places. Your dog must be able to air scent the decoy. The escorting can be very creative using objects on the field to step over and block the dog. Campagne / FR / BR / KNPV

Face Attack with Accessories (MR II, III) - accessories can be water thrown at the dog, blanket, plastic bottles, nothing that can hurt the dog. They are intended to impress the dog only. Only very soft articles may "touch" the dog.

Campagne / FR / BR / KNPV

"dog who can't focus or weak dogs need not apply, this exercise will be a test!!"

Object Guard (MR III)- one or two decoys used, if two they are alternated, one must remain 10 m away during an attempt by the other one. There is a 2 m and 5 m circle. The decoy can menace, intimidate, etc the dog inside the 2 meter circle. He has 30 seconds to attempt after entering the 2 m circle. The decoy can use accessories on one attempt. There is no penalty if the dog bites inside the 2m circle. -5 if he bites 2m to 5m. and -30 if he bites outside the 5m circle. The object to be guarded can be anything from a baby carriage, wagon, box, chair, child toys, as long as it is not too big or too small. It must be fair to the dog. Campagne / FR / BR / KNPV

"two decoys, articles, provocation, menacing, again your dog better be focused and strong. Variation on the object guarded will make this Very, Very difficult"

 


 

Campagne

Campagne takes place in the countryside which include variability within the exercise, accessories and changes imposed by the judges and decoys that conform to the area being used as example of a castle, village, factory or zoo. The exercise are similar to Frenchring or Mondioring but the great variability makes it impossible of foreseeing all the different situations. The dogs must be not concerned with their environment, must have the secure nerves and possess a mind of initiative.

 An other difficulty of Campagne is the fact that the exercises are never in the same order. Which means the jumps, obedience and protection work are always mixed together.

It's important to note the because of the difficulty of this sport, the handler is given more lenience to handling their dog during the trial. It is not as strict as in Frenchring and Mondioring.  

There are three levels in Campagne: Brevet - 150pts, Campagne 350 - 350 points pts and Campagne Selective - 500 pts.

  1. Jumps
    a) natural palisade 1.7m to 2.0 m - 20 pts
    b) natural hurdle such as a bush 1.2 m - 20 pts
    c) trellis jump 1m - 10 pts
    d) river or broad jump 3.5 to 4 m wide - 20 pts
  2. Heel on leash - 5 pts
  3. Heel off leash - 10 pts

    For Heel off/on leash the judge could use many different situations such as slopes, stairs, entrance to dwelling etc. He will talk with the handler during the exercise and the handler must respond.

  4. Positions (6) - 20 pts

    Positions are done with the handler at a distance where he could be seated in a chair with his dog on a slope as one example.

  5. Absence - sit or down stay 2 min - 10 pts

    The dog could be placed in non conventional areas. It's a possibility that the dog could have just completed a guard of object exercise of a bicycle. During the next exercise a person could be riding by on a bicycle. Also after placing the dog, the handler could leave by a car, horse cart, or boat.

  6. Food refusal two pieces thrown - 20 pts
  7. Face or flee attack ( w/stick or gun) accessories could be used.
    - 40 m or 80 m - 30 pts
  8. Face or flee attack (w/stick or gun) - accessories could be used.
    -40m or 80m with guard and escapes - 40 pts
  9. Face attack with stick 60 m - 30 pts
  10. Stopped attack - face or flee
    60 m - 30 pts
  11. Defense of handler ( is done with a scenario to fool the dog)
    a) dog muzzled and handler is attack by civilian - 15 pts
    b) without muzzle, handler is attacked by decoy - 30 pts
  12. Guard of Object - 30 pts
    bicycle, wheelbarrow, grocery cart, lawn mower etc. Two decoys could be used and they could use accessories.
  13. Search and escort - 40 pts
    100m free search, the decoy could be under a bridge, in a cabin, very natural areas with escort.
  14. Water work
    a) Send out - 12 pts
    b) Thrown Retrieve - 8 pts
    c) Unseen retrieve - 10 pts
  15. Tracking
    a) Retrieve of an article , dog free, 400 m, handler stays at starting point - 40 pts
    b) retrieve of an article plus locates a person at end of track and barks. On line - 40 pts

General Outlook - 20 pts

Total 500 pts


 

Frenchring

 

Frenchring takes place on a fenced field. The order of the exercises are drawn by lots at the beginning of the trial, however they are done in order of jumps, obedience, then protection work. Below is the Frenchring III exercises.

1. Long Jump 4.5 meters Max.

20 points

2. Hurdle 1.2 meters Maximum

20 points

3. Palisades 2.3 meters Maximum

20 points

4. Heel on Leash

4 points

5. Heel Off Leash (with a muzzle)

8 points

6. Retrieve Thrown (dog sees the throw)

4 points

7. Retrieve Seen (dog sees the item drop)

8 points

8. Retrieve Unseen (dog doesn't see the drop)

8 points

9. Positions ( 6 changes of position)

20 points

10. Food Refusal (4 pieces thrown and with six pieces placed on the field)

20 points

11. Send Away

12 points

12. Long Stay (sit or down out of sight)

10 points

13. Face Attack (with baton)

30 points

14. Fleeing Attack (with baton)

30 points

15. Attack with Revolver (with out and guard of the decoy)

30 points

16. Stopped Attack (with the baton)

20 points

17. Defense of the Handler

30 points

18. Search, Hold and Bark, and Escort of the Decoy

40 points

19. Guard of the Object

30 points

General Outlook

36 points

TOTAL

400 points


 

Belgianring

For more information: Germain Pauwels - E-mail: gerpa@planetinternet.be

BELGIUM RINGSPORT N.V.B.K. ( Nationaal Verbond Belgische Kynologen )

The various exercises and scores in the Belgium Ring.

The program is divided in three groups.

Every exercise is always different to carry out, depending of the judges fantasy.

  1. Obedience
    • Following with leash (4 points)
    • Conductor and dog most follow a certain track, after the signal of the judge, he may give one command to start, and than he most follow the track, till the end.
    • Following without leash ( 6 points)

As the first exercise but without leash.

  • Positions (down - sitting - stand) 3x4 pt (12 points)
  • Conductor must leave his dog, at a certain distance, in one of the three positions. At this distance he may give one command to change the position of his dog.
  • Sending forwards (10 points)
  • The conductor must send his dog forwards (in a straight line) about 25 meters.
  • Down (8 points)
  • At a certain place the dog (alone) most stay down for about 1 minute. The conductor must be out of site.
  • Throwing object (10 points)
  • Conductor must throw an object, (the object can by anything), at a certain place. Than he may give one command to bring the object back.
  • Identification (10 points)
  • The conductor receives a little wooden stick, which he must put away. Afterwards he must put his stick between two or tree other sticks at a certain place. The dog is not with him and he most stay at a certain distance. The conductor may come back to his dog, give some smell and must give the order to find his stick.
  1. Jumping

Wooden fence (20 points)

The dog most exceeds a wooden fence at 2.30 m height.

To go up the conductor may seeing the dog, for the return, the conductor most stay behind the fence. Going is 8 pt, returning is 12 pt.

Hedge - height 1.20 m (10 points)

The dog must jump over the hedge, wait there and return on command.

Going is 4 pt, returning is 6 pt.

Canal with hedge - canal length 1.50 m/ height hedge 1.20 m (10 points)

The dog most jump over on command.

Canal (20 points)

A canal from 3 m must be exceeds (12 points). After the first jump we place a obstacle behind the canal so that its become 4 m. To have the 20 points, the dog most exceed it.

3. Biting work

Attack (two different attacks) (35 points for one)

5 points to go

25 points for biting

5 points for the return

The aggressor (protected by a bite costume) must attract the attention from the dog, this happen on a distance from about 20 till 50 m.

Event the category, the aggressor can use many different objects or water (depending the fantasy of the judges) to try to afraid the dog or to keep the dog away from him.

Also we can use different obstacles were the dog must go through or over.

Once the dog is passed by the aggressor, he may do what's he want to keep the dog away for biting.

Attack interrupted (30 points)

5 points to go

25 points if the dog does not bite

The same thing happens like the attacks but the conductor must try to call his dog back so shortly as possible.

The biting points from the two attack's divides in two, subtracting the points from calling back (1 point by meter) plus the 5 points of departure gives the result for this exercise.

Defense of the conductor (40 points)

5 points for the distance

5 points for the communication

25 points for biting

5 points for the return

Conductor and dog must follow a track. Only to depart the conductor can't give a command. During the track, several things can happen. Even a second or a third person cant take part of it. The aggressor tries to surprise the dog at different ways. After a part of the track, the aggressor most follow the conductor at a distance from about 5 m, during this following, the dog must inform the conductor that he is followed. After doing this the conductor stay at a certain place and there he receives a handshake from the aggressor . The dog may not react.

After the handshake, the last part of the track take place till the conductor came at the end, there the aggressor shall attack the conductor, the dog must react without any command and bite the aggressor for 5 seconds. At signal from the judge he must recall his dog.

Guarding a object (30 points)

The dog received a arbitrarily object and we place both in the middle of three circles. The conductor must be out the sight of the dog.

The three circles are from the center on 1.5 m - 2.5 m and 3.5 m.

Three times the aggressor shell try to take the object away from the dog.

For doing this he is able to take different things (water, balls, plastic bottles etc..) with him to freighting the dog.

When the aggressor come to close the dog must attack and return to his object, he most show that he can defend his object.

The distance from attacking or going (biting) with the aggressor (1.5 - 2.5 - 3.5) are liable to penalty.

The dog must work totally independent.

Guarding a object with muzzle ( 20 points )

This happens the same way as without muzzle, but the aggressor is a civil (protected).

There are two attempts.

The muzzle from the dog is very strong leather with steel at the front.

Search and attitude by gunshots (50 points)

This exercise exist in two parts.

First part: Search (25 pt)

5 from depart

5 from barking

5 from not biting by discovering

10 from finding

The aggressor is hiding and the dog most find him. When the dog find the man he must announce this by barking. When he bites the man by finding he lost 5 points.

After the discovery (begins part two - 25 points) the conductor comes by his dog, take the man out of his template and do the transportation.

During the transportation the man shall try to escape three times. The dog must react without commands. In this last 25 points there are 10 for the transportation and 15 for biting.

When the dog doesn't react within 5 meters at one of the three attempts, he lost the 25 last points of this exercise.

At last:

Food Refusal (20 points)

At several places there are food on the field, also a civil person give some food at the dog (mostly meat) . The dog most refuse this.

General attitude (20 points)

The way and manner that dog and conductor work together. Not to many commands between the exercises. Is the dog well-groomed etc.…

Al this exercises give a total of 400 points.

We must remember that this program is sport, but if it's necessary we can replace the objects and work in reality. After a few training's the dog shell work on the same way.

Also, the order of exercises is always different like the exercises themselves.

There are always two judges who make the program at the day of the contest.

That's the most difficulty at this program, you must train the dog in many different ways.

 


 

KNPV

For more info contact: KNPV Von Christel Kennels

KNPV I Score Sheet & Certificate Translation

Translated (English to Dutch)

These words may be found on the Certificate and/or Score Sheet

Royal Dutch Police Dog Association

Koninklijke Nederlandse Politiehond Vereniging

 

Founded 1907

Opgericht 1907

Patron His Majesty Mr. Peiter van Vollenhoven

Beschermheer Mr. Pieter van Vollenhoven

 

Score Sheet Police Dog I

Keuringsstaat Politiehond I

Owner

Eigenaar

 

Handler

Geleider

Number KNPV Membership Card

Nr. Contributiekaart

 

Street

Adres

Zip Code and City

Te

 

City where the Certification Test was held

Keuring te

Date of the Certification

d.d.

 

NHSB (Dutch AKC) registration number if any

N.H.S.B. nr.

Name of the Dog

Naam van de hond

 

Male/Female

Reu/Teef

Breed

Ras

 

Date of Birth

Geboortedatum

Height in centimeters

Schouderhoogte

 

Color

Kleur

Hair, short, long or curly

Beharing

 

Specifics, ex:: floppy ear, broken K-9

Bijzonderheden


KNPV I Score Sheet

Part I

 

Afdeling I

Points

a. Heeling on Leash

 

a. Aangelijnd Volgen

5

b. Heeling without a leash, right/left

 

b. Onaangelijnd Volgen

5

c. heeling next to a bicycle

 

c. Volgen naast the fiets

5

d. Down Stay

 

d. Blijven Liggen

5

e. Refusal of presented and thrown food

 

e.Weigeren van aangeboden en toegeworpen voedsel

5

f. Refusal or found food

 

f. Weigeren van gevonden voedsel

5

g. To be silent

 

g. Stil zijn

5

h. Free jump over a hedge

 

h. Vrije sprong over een haag

5

i. Jump over a wall

 

i. Klimsprong over een schutting

5

j. Jump over a ditch

 

j. Breedtesprong over een sloot of kuil

5

k. Searching and retrieving small articles

 

k. Opzoeken en apporteren van kleine voorwerpen

15

1. Manner of searching

 

1. Wijze van zoeken

6

2. Way of retrieving small articles

 

2. Wijze van apporteren van kleine voorwerpen

9

Total Points Part I

 

Totaal Afd. 1

65

 

 

 

 

Part II

 

Afdeling II

Points

a. Swimming across a canal

 

a. Overzwemmen

 

1. Waiting & obeying command

 

1. Afwachten en opvolgen commando

5

2. Way of swimming

 

2. Wijze van overzwemmen

5

b. Retrieving a large object out of the water

 

b. Groot voorwerp aan de oever brengen

 

1. Waiting & obeying command

 

1. Afwachten en opvolgen commando

5

2. Way of retrieving

 

2. Wijze van aan de oever brengen

5

Total Points for Part II

 

Totaal Afd. II

20

 

 

 

 

Part III

 

Afdeling III

 

a. Guarding the article

 

a. Voorwerp bewaken

 

l. Way of guarding

 

1. Wijze van bewaken

5

2. Sharpness during the guarding

 

2. Scherpte blij het bewaken

5

b. searching for a large object hidden in the woods

 

b. Revieren naar een groot voorwerp

 

l. Waiting & obeying command

 

1. Afwachten en opvolgen commando

5

2. Way of searching

 

2. Wijze van revieren

5

3. Barking

 

3. Blaffen

5

4. Guarding

 

4. Bewaken

5

5. Non biting in the object

 

5. Niet bijten in het voorwerp

5

c. Searching for a person hidden in the woods

 

c. Revieren naar en persoon

 

l. Waiting & obeying command

 

1. Afwachten en opvolgen commando

5

2. Way of searching

 

2. Wijze van revieren

5

3. Barking

 

3. Blaffen

5

4. Guarding

 

4. Bewaken

5

5. Non biting in the person

 

5. Niet bijten

5

d. Transport of a prisoner

 

d. Transport van een arrestant

 

l. Way of transportation

 

1. Wijze van transporteren

5

2. Non biting during the transport

 

2. Niet bijten tijdens het transport

5

3. Retrieving of a dropped metal article

 

3. Apporteren van een gevallen metalen voorwerp

5

e. To stop a person, who defends himself with a stick

 

e. Tot staan brengen van een zich met een stok verwerende man

 

l. Waiting & obeying command

 

1. Afwachten en opvolgen commando

5

2. Way of pursuit

 

2. Wijze van achtervolgen

5

3. Way of stopping

 

3. Wijze van tot staan

5

4. Firmness regarding the stick

 

4. Stokvastheid

5

5. Out

 

5. Loslaten

5

6. Non biting

 

6. Niet bijten

5

7. Guarding

 

7. Bewaken

5

f. Refusing to obey commands given by a stranger

 

f. Weigeren commando's van vreemden op te volgen

 

1. Refusing commands

 

1. Weigeren van commando's

5

2. Out

 

2. Loslaten

5

3. Non biting

 

3. Niet bijten

5

4. Guarding

 

4. Bewaken

5

g. transport followed by stopping the fleeing person

 

g. Transport gevold door het tot staan brengen van de vluchtende man

 

1. Way of transportation

 

1. Wijze van transporteren

5

2. Non biting during the transport

 

2. Niet bijten tjdens het transport

5

3. Way of stopping

 

3. Wijze van tot staan bregen

5

4. Out

 

4. Loslaten

5

5. Non biting

 

5. Niet bijten

5

6. Guarding

 

6. Bewaken

5

h. To stop a person who flees on a bicycle

 

h. Tot staan brengen van een op een fiets vluchtende man

 

l. Waiting & obeying command

 

1. Afwachten en opvolgen commando

5

2. Way of pursuit

 

2. Wijze achtervolgen

5

3. Way of stopping

 

3. Wijze van tot staan brengen

5

4. Out

 

4. Loslaten

5

5. Non biting

 

5. Niet bijten

5

6. Guarding

 

6. Bewaken

5

I. xxxxx

 

I. Het tot staan bregen van een vluchtende verdachte

 

1. xxxxx

 

1. De wijze van het tot staan brengen

5

2. xxxxx

 

2. Het loslaten

5

3. xxxxx

 

3. Het niet bijten

5

4. xxxxx

 

4. Het bewaken

5

J. To stop a person who shoots with a gun

 

J. Tot staan brengen van een man die met een vuurwapen schiet

 

1. Waiting & obeying command

 

1. Afwachten en opvolgen commando

5

2. Way of pursuit

 

2. Wijze van achtevolgen

5

3. Way of stopping

 

3. Wijze van tot staan brengen

5

4. Firmness regarding the shooting

 

4. Schotvastheid

5

5. Out

 

5. Loslaten

5

6. Non biting

 

6. Niet bijten

5

7. Guarding

 

7. Bewaken

5

K.Testing the dog regarding the thrown objects at the dog

 

K. Onderzoek naar werpvastheid van de hond

 

l. Firmness regarding the throwing of the objects

 

1. Werpvastheid

5

2. Out

 

2. Loslaten

5

3. Non biting

 

3. Niet bijten

5

4. Guarding

 

4. Bewaken

5

L. Transport followed by defending the handler

 

L. Transport gevolgd door het verdedigen van de geleider

 

1. Way of transportation

 

1. Wijze van transporteren

5

2. Non biting during the transport

 

2. Niet bijten tijdens het transport

5

3. Way of defending

 

3. Wijze van verdedigen

5

4. Out

 

4. Loslaten

5

5. Non biting

 

5. Niet bijten

5

6. Guarding

 

6. Bewaken

5

M. Recall of the pursuing

 

M. Terugroepen van de achtervolgende hond

 

1. Waiting & obeying commands

 

1. Afwachten en opvolgen commando

5

2. Way of pursuit

 

2. Wijze van achtervolgen

5

3. Way of coming back

 

3. Wijze van terugkerenn

5

NO LONGER OPTIONAL

 

THIS IS NOW PART OF THE SCORE

 

N. To stop a fleeing person who surrenders in time, followed by a transport (Hold & Bark)

 

N. Aanhouding van de gevluchte doch tijdig stilstaande man, gevolgd door transport (schijnaanval)

 

1. Waiting & obeying command

 

1. Afwachten en opvolgen commando

5

2. Way of pursuit

 

2. Wijze van achtervolgen

5

3. Non biting

 

3. Niet bijten

5

4. Guarding

 

4. Bewaken

5

5. Way of transportation

 

5. Wijze van transporteren

5

Total Points Additional exercise

 

Totaal extra oefening

25

Total Points Part III

 

Totaal Afd. III

335

Sumary

 

Recapitulate

 

Part I

 

Afdeling I

65

Part II

 

Afdeling II

20

Part III

 

Afdeling III

335

General Outlook of Dog

 

Algemeen appel

10

General Outlook of Handler

 

Wijze van voorbrengen

10

 

 

Totaal

435

Penalty Points

 

Af: Strafpunten a.

 

 

 

...........................b.

 

Total

 

Totaal

 

Grand Total

 

..........................Eindcijfer

440


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