• Aug 27, 2019

Today the film logical sport gains the increasing popularity. And one of the most popular types of film logical sport — обидиенс. What are обидиенс what rules regulate this sport what exercises includes and what обидиенс differs from OKD in?

Border Collie at Competitions on Obidiyens a Photo

Photo: maxpixel.net

Obidiyens for dogs: what is it?

Обидиенс for dogs is the international standard, the most difficult from standards of obedience today. In this sport obedience of a dog and contact with the owner (conductor) reaches the highest point. In translation from the English obidience and it is translated: "obedience".

For the first time обидиенс as the sport appeared in Great Britain in 1924. And in 1950 on the historical homeland there took place the first national competitions on обидиенс. In 1990 the first World Cup was held.

of Obidiyens can be engaged dogs of any breed (and not purebred) and age, however professional athletes more often choose a Border Collie.

Обидиенс does not demand good physical training from the owner so any person can be engaged with the dog.

Competitions on обидиенс

Competitions on обидиенс are held in three classes:

  • Obidiyens-1 . It is an initial class, dogs can participate in competitions 10 months (in Russia – 8 months are more senior) are more senior.
  • Obidiyens-2 includes exercises of more difficult level, dogs can participate in competitions 10 months are more senior.
  • Obidiyens-3 – competitions of the international level, can participate in them dogs 15 months are more senior.

For transition to the following level the dog needs to receive "perfectly" in the previous class on set of estimates.

Border Collie in a Square at Competitions on Obidiyens a Photo

Photo: maxpixel.net

Obidiyens: rules

An important part of rules of competitions on обидиенс consists that not only the accuracy and speed of performance of exercises, but also an emotional condition of a dog is estimated. In rules there is point according to which the dog has to execute willingly commands and to look happy.

For each exercise give points.

Any forms of encouragement (for example, delicacies or toys) at competitions on обидиенс are forbidden. Only after exercises it is possible to encourage the pet verbally.

By rules of competitions on обидиенс ill-treatment of a dog and use of inhumane ammunition is forbidden (for example, a strict collar).

Obidiyens: exercises

Обидиенс includes 10 exercises of different levels of complexity:

  1. Shrinkage in group . After several conductors seated dogs, they leave them on endurance and leave a field of vision of pets for a certain time. Duration of this exercise обидиенс — 2 minutes.
  2. Laying in group with derivation . Conductors on command stack dogs and leave a field of vision of pets. During their lack of dogs distract. When the put time expires, each conductor in turn calls up the dog. Duration of this exercise обидиенс — 4 minutes.
  3. Circulation is near without lead . According to the order of the steward the conductor moves, changing the direction of the movement (turning and being developed) and speed (including passing to run and slow walking) and periodically stops. The dog has to remain with a leg of the conductor, without lagging behind and without overtaking it, and during a stop right there sits down in a basic position "nearby".
  4. The Sit, Lie, Stand teams from the movement are near . The dog goes in situation "nearby", and according to the order of the steward the conductor gives the Sit, Stand or Lie command. The dog has to execute immediately the command, the conductor at the same time continues the movement, bypasses a dog and, having overtaken it, again orders "Row".
  5. Подзыв with laying and a stop . From distance of 25 meters the conductor calls up a dog, at the same time on the way on certain points stopping her the teams "Lie" and "Stand".
  6. Vysyl in the specified direction, laying and подзыв . The dog has to run off on command in the necessary direction on 10 meters and lay down on command, then run 25 meters in a square and stop inside. Then the conductor moves in the direction specified by the steward and at the right time, without stopping, calls up a dog, at the same time she has to catch up with the handler and go in situation "nearby".
  7. Aportirovka in the set direction . The conductor sends a dog towards the cone standing on a certain distance, stops a dog, and then sends to take one of three dumbbells lying in a row (according to instructions of the steward).
  8. Aportirovka of a metal subject with overcoming a barrier . Through an obstacle the metal subject which the conductor asks a dog to bring is thrown. The dog at the same time has to break a barrier up to 1 meter high.
  9. Selection . From several identical wooden objects which are spread out in a row or around the dog has to find a subject with a smell of the conductor.
  10. The Sit, Lie, Stand complex at distance . The conductor leaves from a dog on distance of 15 meters and on signals of the steward gives to a dog of team. The dog has to change on command 6 times position of a body.
Aportirovka of a Competition on Obidiyens a Photo

Photo: pixabay.com

Obidiyens: training of dogs

Training of dogs in обидиенс most often individual, and you need to find the trainer who prepares dogs according to this standard. It is desirable to see work of the trainer and previously to study comments on him.

Also before beginning to train a dog, once you visit competitions on обидиенс or at least to watch video of large competitions to have an idea, the correct performance of exercises has to look.

Difference of OKD from обидиенс

Some confuse OKD and обидиенс, however between these standards there are differences.

OKD exists only in the former Soviet Union, обидиенс — the international standard according to which competitions, including the World Cup are regularly held.

In addition, обидиенс it is much more difficult than exercise, requirements to quality of performance are higher and refereeing is more strict.

Also in обидиенс, unlike OKD, much attention is paid to emotional wellbeing of a dog.

Related Articles