This report explains the different kinds of dog intelligence including adaptive, instinctive, and working obedience. It explains the difference between training and overall intelligence. It talks about ways to train a dog. It discusses characteristics of the taxonomic groups of a common house dog.
There are three kinds of dog intelligence.
Adaptive Intelligence is a type of Intelligence that is when your dog learns and problem solves quickly. For example if you put your dog’s favorite toy under a can and in 5 seconds your dog knocks over the can it has Adaptive Intelligence. Adaptive intelligence helps the dog solve its own problems. Like in a forest if it runs out ok water it could find a new one. This is evolved in natural selection
Instinct is in lower kingdoms of nature and in human beings. Instinct is things that you know without any one teaching you to do it. For example a new baby dog knows how to get milk. Instinctive intelligence helps a dog know what to do so that it doesn’t confuses itself. An example is a new baby dog knows how to get milk. If it didn’t it would starve to death.
Obedience intelligence is when your dog obedience’s to your commands and it is breed dependent. This has to do with how well an animal can follow commands. This type of intelligence is largely dependent on the animal. For example, the dogs used for guiding the blind, and for K9 police work show great obedience. Working/Obedience Intelligence helps the dog know what is good and bad. The dog mother teaches them what is good for them and what is dangerous for them in nature.
Training vs. adaptive intelligence
We are interested in making the dog smarter not training, meaning not to teach it how to roll but teaching it to solve problems. That doesn’t mean a problem like 4+4 and it is going to bark it the answer.
Typical ways to train a dog
To begin, it is important to remember that puppies respond well to rewards and treats. It is best to start the sessions immediately once the puppy comes to your house. Spend your time working on rewarding those things your puppy does that you like, and punishing those that you don’t like. It is better to teach your dog before so he remembers and not when he is grown up, because he will not know if it is right or bad.
Keep your training sessions short, consistent and always have fun. The key to shaping your puppy's behavior is to start out with very easy commands, continue to build on these successes and apply heaps of repetition. Base your training sessions around trust and mutual respect rather than old school methods based on punishment and harsh corrections. In this environment you will find that your puppy loves his training sessions and his confidence will grow with each and every session.
Always remember that you are dealing with a very immature young animal. Be realistic, flexible, patient and always fair. Your puppy doesn't just automatically know this stuff! It's all new to him and he is bound to have the odd slip up and mistake along the way. Don't worry about these mistakes, just move on and do your best to prevent them in the future.
Here are some common trains. Trains are things you want your puppy to learn. These trains might help you as the dog owner.
1. Puppy House Training
2. Puppy Housebreaking - The Indoor Potty
3. Puppy Crate Training
4. Puppy Socialization
5. Stop Excessive Barking
6. Separation Anxiety In Dogs
7. Stop Puppy Biting/Mouthing
8. Puppy Leash Training
9. Obedience Training For Puppies
10. Correcting Puppy Behavioral Problems
11. Puppy Clicker Training
If you want your dog to obey you better try to have these things present to have a better training session.
1. Builds or strengthens a healthy and appropriate relationship between you and your dog.
2. Opens up a clear line of communication between you and your dog. This includes you knowing what to expect of your dog in all circumstances, and your dog understanding and respecting what is expected of him/her.
3. Dog Training for Obedience lays down a set of rules or boundaries which educates your dog to become a responsible member of society. Including how to relate to other dogs, animals and people, basic manners and how to behave in any situation.
4. Establishes the groundwork which assists in preventing the development of unacceptable problem behavior - such as jumping up, barking, chewing, digging etc.
These tips can help, but if you don’t there can be some risks.
We thought that the experiment would not work because Junior sometimes did things a bit stupidly. Balto never listened to us at first. That is why we thought it was not going to work. We also thought that they were a bit dumb to learn something new in a short time.
1. Animalia: It is a kingdom where the species reproduce sexually.
2. Phylum Chordata: It is an organism that posses a notochord at least during some part of its development.
3. Subphylum Vertebrata: are animals that have a column are a chain of bony elements.
4. Mammalia: are the animals that give birth don’t lay eggs
5. Carnivora: are the predators.
6. Canidae: are animals how are carnivores but are most likely omnivores. They usually have 5 toes on the fore feet and 4 on the hind feet
7. Reinforcement: The act or process of reinforcing