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LEERBURG SCHUTZHUND 3 DVD SET
UP ON AUCTION I HAVE (3) SEPARATE DVD'S.
THESE VIDEOS HAVE BEEN PAINSTAKINGLY TAKEN CARE OF, REMOVED FROM MY COLLECTION AND ARE IN PERFECT CONDITION.
VIDEO #1 SCHUTZHUND THE DOG SPORT
Schutzhund is by far the most popular dog sport in Europe with the first Schutzhund exam taking place in 1901. It's now one of the fastest growing dog sport in America.
Schutzhund came to this country in 1970 when a German immigrant, Gernot Ridel introduced it to southern California. Gernot traveled the country during the 1970's giving Schutzhund seminars. I attended one of these first seminars in 1974 and got hooked.
This video is intended to educate the viewer on what the sport of Schutzhund is all about. You will learn how the sport was formed and why Schutzhund is the reason German bloodline dogs are so much better than American dogs. There is a section detailing the origins and the history of Schutzhund and a section explaining the various Schutzhund titles. Much of this video was filmed in Germany.
The video lists the exercises for a Companion Dog "B"; for SCHH I, SCHH II, and SCH III. You will see a 100 point SchH III obedience performance from the winner of the 1991 German Bundessieger (Franz Guagon). You will also see the full protection routine from the 2nd place dog in the 1991 Bundessieger.
If you are trying to learn more about the sport of Schutzhund, this video is a must. At the end of the video we recommend which videos new trainers and Schutzhund clubs should purchase to get started in this exciting dog sport.
VIDEO #2 HANDLER TRAINING FOR COMPANION B (BH)
n 1992 the rules of Schutzhund were amended to make it mandatory for all dogs to pass a Companion Dog B exam before competing in a Schutzhund I trial.
** The rules in this video are NOT up to date. It would be impractical to produce a new video each time the rules change. If you want the current rules, then you need to get a rule book from Shutzhund USA. The methods used in this video still apply even though the rules are not updated.
VIDEO #3 HANDLER TRAINING FOR A SCHUTZHUND ONE TRIAL
The purpose of this video is to teach trainers how to handle a dog in a Schutzhund I trial and get the maximum number of points possible. Many times handler errors, and not dog errors result in points being lost at a competition. Many times it is handler errors that make the difference between the high scoring dog and the number two placed dog. There are times a dog fails a competition when it could have passed if the handler had only done something a little differently.
This video is dedicated towards handler training and not dog training.
The video is divided into 4 major sections:
The first section on pre-trial preparation explains how serious competitors prepare for an upcoming competition. We explain how a well prepared handler gets the most out of his dog and reduces stress on the day of the trial.
The section on tracking begins with preparing your dog the morning of the trial, reporting to the trial secretary, reporting to the judge before the track, laying your track for competition (what is acceptable and what is not), tracking your dog, receiving your critique and finally how to deal with a dog that is having problems on a track.
The obedience and protection sections are broken down into equally detailed sub-sections. Not only did we try and show the correct way to handle a dog in a trial, we also dealt with the most common handler errors.
If you want to get the highest possible score in a Schutzhund trial or if you just want to pass the competition, this video will help you.
** The rules in this video are NOT up to date (they are from 2001). It would be impractical to produce a new video each time the rules change. If you want the current rules, then you need to get a rule book from Shutzhund USA. The methods used in this video still apply even though the rules are not updated.