Drive Neutrality for Police Dogs- Keep your K9 Composed and Focused Written by Jerry Bradshaw PDF- Drive Neutrality Suppose you roll up on a scene—perhaps there’s been a robbery or a violent domestic—with a fleeing, unsearched felony subject, and as the … Continue reading Drive Neutrality for Police Dogs
Balancing Independence with Handler Focus in Sport and Police Dogs PDF- Balancing Independence with Handler Focus in Sport and Police Dogs Written by Jerry Bradshaw IACP- Canine Professionals Journal- Spring 2017 Balancing Independence with Handler Focus in Sport and … Continue reading Balancing Independence with Handler Focus in Sport and Police Dogs
Integrating the E-Collar into your Police Dog’s Training Written by Jerry Bradshaw- Published in Canine Courier Mar-Apr-May 2017 Magazine Vol. 30, NO 1 Train within a system The Electronic training collar (e-collar) is not a problem solver device. There was … Continue reading Integrating the E-Collar into your Police Dog’s Training
Article by Jerry Bradshaw • Photos by Stefanie Suddeth The .pdf version with images from K-9 Cop Magazine There are two types of conditioning that are important to us as canine trainers: classical conditioning and operant conditioning. Classical conditioning is learning by … Continue reading K-9 Obedience: Command Discrimination & Generalization
By Jerry Bradshaw, Training Director, Tarheel Canine Training Inc. Positive reinforcement is used in police K9 training to increase the likelihood of desirable behaviors. For example, we reward obedience with a ball, or a building search with a bite, or a … Continue reading The Power of Reward: Obedience.