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Test A:Leased and loose track

Description of the test:

 

a. The dog must follow its front hunter over a distance of approximately 30 meters. This route must first be on the way there and then not on the way back be taken on a lead.

b. The trajectory has the shape of the letter Z, which means that the front hunter always has a right angle bend with his dog on the inside and a right angle bend with his dog on the outside.

c. While not on a leash, the front hunter must have a collar and line in his clothing tucking away or hanging the line around his neck so that the dog is not bothered or can be touched. It is not permitted to hold the belt in your hand.

d. During the loose follow, a distance of between the first and second hook is made about 75 meters fired a shot with a shotgun, a 9 mm alarm revolver or a dummy launcher. The shooter is not visible. The shot comes from the direction in which the dog walks between the two hooks.

e. Test A is always carried out in combination with test B

The KJV (new 2019) test:

Test B:Sending out and come on command

 

Description of the test:

 

a. The dog must be without a collar or leash at an angle of about 90 degrees be broadcast from the place indicated by the judge. He must be on one distance of approximately 30 meters are sufficiently free to move.

b. After that the dog must come to the front hunter by order.

c. The hunter must give this order immediately after the judge gives it to him instructs.

d. Test B is always carried out in combination with test A.

Test a and b always follow after each other (as in the movie)

Test C: Keeping the designated place

 

Description of the test:

 

a. The dog must be without a collar or leash and without any object being with the dog left behind, the place designated for him until his hunter for him again picks up.

b. The hunter must be out of the dog's field of vision for one full minute stay.

c. The judge must ensure that the dog is not blown away or blown away test establishment may know that his hunter is in his immediate environment staying. General Regulations Dog Hunting Tests 39

d. After approximately 30 seconds, an extension is made at a distance of approximately 30 meters of the dog in open terrain under the direction of the judge, a green canvas dummy thrown. This must be visible to the dog. The pitcher calls out the word “partout” once for the attention.

e. After the minute has passed, the hunter may, at the direction of the judge, pick up and leash the dog.

f. Test C is always carried out in combination with test D. The used green canvas dummy weighs around 500 grams.

Test D: Short retrieve on land

 

Description of the test:

 

a. The dog is hunted loose without a collar.

b. The dog must fetch the dummy thrown in test C.

c. The fall location must be chosen such that the dog from the position at the hunter can see this trap.

d. After the end of test C, the dog follows to the spot without a leash or collar of which the judge has determined that the dog may be used. The distance to this place is approximately 5 meters from the place where test C is terminated. The distance to the dummy is approximately 25 meters. This is so much possibly as an extension of the deposit place of test C.

e. The dog may be sent to the dummy by order of the judge to retrieve. The judge hereby gives the front hunter a tap on the shoulder

f. The hunter may not use the location designated for him during the test leave.

g. The dog must bring the dummy within reach of the front hunter. General Regulations Dog Hunting Tests 40

h. Test D is always carried out in combination with test C. The used green canvas dummy weighs around 500 grams.

Test E: Retrieve from deep water

 

Description of the test:

a. The dog is hunted loose without a collar.

b. The dog must have a so-called plastic thrown into clear, deep water fetch large wild duck (color drake) of approximately 560 grams.

c. The judge will show the hunter the place where he has to take his dog and where the dog should take the duck. The place will be such be chosen to be approximately five meters depending on the local circumstances, from the water's edge and 10 meters from the gun and thrower.

d. The duck must be thrown into the water in such a place that the dog to reach the duck must swim.

e. The fall location must be chosen so that the dog from the position at the hunter can see this trap.

f. A shot is fired while the duck is being thrown. Pitcher and gun remain be in place during the entire test at a distance of 10 meters from the place of use. The shot is issued the moment the duck reaches the highest point is.

g. After one duck, the judge gives a sign to the front hunter to get the duck to fetch.

h. The judge takes such a position that he can fall to the duck see. General Regulations Dog Hunting Tests 41

i. The hunter may not use the location designated for him during the test leave.

j. The dog must bring the duck within reach of the front hunter.

When you have completed the tests A-E and u got for each test at least a 6, you will get a C- diploma.

Test F: Lost retrieve on land

 

Description of the test:

 

a. The dog is hunted loose without a collar.

b. The dog must fetch a wild rabbit thrown into close cover.

c. The test should preferably be set out in such a way that the wind comes from a direction perpendicular to that in which the dog must be sent.

d. The pitcher must, from a place where the dog cannot see him, the rabbit in such a way that the rabbit ends up at around 30 to 50 meters from where the dog is used. The distance depends on the nature of the cover. The pitcher withdraws to such a place that his presence and his running track on the dog as little as possible or stimulating hindering work.

e. As far as possible, the design of the test must be such that the forerunner and dog can no longer see each other after the dog, seen in the general direction from the trap, has moved more than five meters from its front hunter. At In certain terrain conditions it may be necessary to have an artificial screen place.

f. The judge will take such a place that he will seek the dog can judge.

g. The judge will show the hunter the place from which he got his dog and where the dog should take the rabbit. The front hunter General Regulations Dog Hunting Tests 42 may not leave this place during the entire test, unless the judge tell him that.

 

Test G: Mark retrieve on land

 

Description of the test:

 

a. The dog may be hunted loose or on a lead.

b. The dog must discard a visible black discarded collar or leash retrieve crow.

c. The landing place must be chosen such that the dog cannot handle the black crow before he entered the immediate vicinity of the wildlife.

d. The trap may not stand out in such a way that it attracts the dog. e. The test should preferably be set out in such a way that the wind comes from a direction perpendicular to that in which the dog must go out. Pitcher and rifle serve in this case upwind of the crow's trap. The crow has to get rid of the wind be thrown.

f. Immediately after shooting, the thrower should be perpendicular to the direction the dog is moving must go out, throw the crow away with a big bow and in such a way, that the crow ends up about sixty meters from the dog.

g. Pitcher and rifle remain in place throughout the test.

h. After the hunter has indicated to the judge that he is ready to to take the test, the judge gives rifle and pitcher a sign that they are can start. General Regulations Dog Hunting Tests 43

i. The judge will after the crow has fallen, after about three seconds give permission to broadcast the dog. He does this through the front hunter tapping shoulder.

j. The front hunter may from the moment the dog is sent to the the moment it has picked up the crow, no clues or commands to give. k. The hunter may not use the location designated for him during the test leave.

l. If, for whatever reason, insufficient black crows are available a rook may also be used after permission from the delegate. This is possible only if it is demonstrated that it was obtained by means of an exemption to be.

Test H: Retrieve over deep water

 

Description of the test:

 

A. The dog loose to hunted without a collar.

B. The dog must retrieve a duck on the other side of a wide, deep water.

C. The water should be at least ten meters and up to forty meters wide and so deep, that the dog needs to swim to reach the other side.

D. The thrower put the duck at the drop spot when the dog cannot see him, the duck will be put depending on the width of the water and the nature of the terrain, a minimum of ten meters and up to forty meters from the side of the water

E. Preferably, the test should be so turned off that the wind is coming from one direction perpendicular to that in which the dog must be sent across the water.

F. The dog must bring back the duck within easy reach of the handler. The judge will designate the place where the handler put his dog. This place will be chosen in such a way that it extends approximately three meters, depending on the local conditions.

G. The handler may not leave the place during the test unless the judge him instructs.

When you have completed the tests A-E and complete test F, G and H and u got for each test at least a 6, you will get a B- diploma

Test I: Conducting test on land 

 

Description of the test:

 

a. The dog is hunted loose without a collar.

b. The dog must retrieve two wood pigeons.

c. The test must be plotted in well-arranged terrain. That is, the dog which does not deviate considerably from the ideal route, constantly for the hunter must be visible.

d. The pigeons serve in a V-shape at a distance of approximately 100 and 130 meters from the position of the front hunter. The distance between the two pigeons is about fifty meters. The test should preferably be set out in such a way that the wind from a direction is perpendicular to that in which the dog must be steered. When the wind comes from the left then the 1st pigeon must be on the right of the 2nd pigeon. If the wind comes from the right then the 1st pigeon on the left must the 2nd pigeon. The landing places must be as natural as possible marked.

e. Low coverage must be available at the landing places and their very wide surroundings so that the dog cannot see the wildlife before he is in the immediate vicinity has come from the wild.

f. At a time when the dog cannot see this, the pitchers serve the pigeons on the to throw traps.

g. The pitchers must retreat to such a place that their presence and the running tracks as little as possible stimulating or obstructing the dog work. The pitchers should therefore run straight backwards and to be and remain at a sufficient distance from view during the test.

h. The hunter may no longer use the place designated to him during the entire test then leave five meters and do not cross a specified line forwards.

i. The hunter indicates in advance to the judges on which pigeon he the dog the first bet. That pigeon must also come in first

U can only participate on test I and J when u have complete the tests for a B-Diploma

Test J: Retrieve a distance runner 

 

Description of the test:

 

a. The dog is hunted loose without a collar.

b. The dog must retrieve a small goose that has been dragged far away. He serves thereby to use the tow track.

c. The trail starts at about 50 meters from the front hunter at a natural marking point that the judge makes known to the hunter. The front hunter the dog directs to the start of the trail that the dog then follows an ankle command picks up and works out. If the dog has accepted the trail, is it is forbidden for the foreman to give further commands.

d. The test should preferably be set out in such a way that the wind comes from a direction ranging between right from behind and at right angles to those in which the dog is pointing to it trail marker must be steered

e. A tow track is drawn from the marking point, which depends on the difficulty and the nature of the terrain, at least one hundred and fifty meters and is no more than three hundred meters long. There must be at least two hooks in the track from about ninety degrees. At the end of the tow track a small goose. The end of the towing track is preferably selected just in or by the water depending on the local conditions.

f. Preferably, the terrain conditions should be such that the dog that takes it tow track has quickly become visible to the front hunter withdrawn.

g. The tug and, if desired, also inspectors are drawn to such a place that their presence and their track are stimulated as little as possible or obstructing the dog.

h. The dog is not allowed to see the tow track.

i. The start of the trail is marked as naturally as possible and on the front hunter announced. The front hunter can take the dog to the start of it directing the trail. If the dog has accepted the trail, it is the hunter is forbidden to give further commands.

j. The hunter may not use the place designated to him during the entire test leave.

k. The goose used is a Egyptian goose or barnacle goose. All dogs get the same kind Goose.

l. The organization can prove that the small geese (Egyptian goose, barnacle goose) are legal obtained for example by means of an exemption.

For each test u got points. What the points mean.......

Sufficient: 6

Ample: 7

Good: 8

Very good: 9

Perfect: 10

Sorry for my grammar (because it was translated in Google translate with a little common sens). These are the test u wil get at the KJV test (Royal Dutch Hunters Association) in The Netherlands, after this test u have a very good basic ability to partisipate in WT (Working test) or MAPS (Multiple retrieve tests). I will explane those test in a few weeks!

 

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