Family-Disaster-Dog-Lessons

Monday, April 14, 2014

Free Dog Training Lessons

The author's Daisy
The reason for this site 

Is to train as many Family Dogs as possible to be able to assist every family in the World when emergencies strike. 

In doing so, time can be spared waiting for response from other rescue teams who upon arrival can work to further aid the family in the situation.

When a large scale disaster strikes, such as Katrina, Irene and the tsunami earthquake in Japan, time is critical to survival and search teams have their hands full with a large number of call outs. 

The trained Family Disaster Dog can help rescuers by saving time because the dog is on location at the time of the incident.

Additionally, at least one family member is trained in the basic SAR techniques so they can help their own family and friends while awaiting outside response. 

Another benefit  of having your dog trained to help you in an emergency is that if your neighborhood is cut off from outside help (which happens) then you can help your own loved ones and neighbors. 

Just think, if all the neighbors have dogs then you can form your own search and rescue team just like a neighborhood watch group.

This site will help you in all areas of setting up your own dog and friend's dogs to assist in any disaster or missing person incident.

If a grandmother or child wanders away and gets lost, you can help. If your family is camping, take your dog. 

Very few people get lost with dogs with them and if anybody wanders off the trail then you can ask your Family Disaster Dog to go find them. 

All you have to do is read the lessons pages, work with your pet and email if you need any advice. 

In the Page Menu on the Right -------->>>>>>>

You can Read why Training your dog is important on the Disaster page

Find what Equipment is needed page on the Equipment Page

There is a Glossary and Terms of Words Used Page

Learn about Scent Article on this The Scent Article Page

Full Free Lessons listed on the Lesson Page Link in the top right sidebar ----->>>>>

Lesson 1: Taking scent and scent articles

Lesson 2: To Leash or Not to Leash

Lesson 3: Start Searching for a lost person

Lesson 4:  "Find it!"

Lesson 5: How to use a Tracking Leash part 1

Lesson 6: More Leash Work  part 2

Lesson 7: Tracking Leash part 3

Lesson 8:  Avoiding Burn Out

Lesson 9:  How to stop bad behavior

Lesson 10: How to hide from a dog

Lesson 11:  Scent Behavior

Lesson 12:  How to Read a Dog

Lesson 13:  How to Train your dog to do a Building Search

Lesson 14:  Train your dog to do an  Air Scent and Area Search

Lesson 15: How your dog will be  Indicating and Alerting a Found person

Lesson 16:  Is the dog collar on right?

Lesson 17:  How to use a Choker Chain Collar properly

Lesson 18:  How to use a leash

Lesson 19: Finding Evidence and Objects with your dog

Lesson 20: Planning Dog Training Courses and Routes   part 1

Lesson 21: Planning Dog Training Courses, Laying Trails  part 2

Lesson 22 : Advancing in Search Dog and Survival Training

Lesson 23: Aging Tracking Dog Training Courses and Trails

Lesson 24:  Learn Area Search Basics

Lesson 25: How to do Area Search Training

Lesson 26: How to do Cadaver Dog Training

Lesson 27: How a dog can Alert to Danger

Part 1: Teaching your dog to alert you to danger  Part 1 Alert to Danger

Part 2: Teach your dog Part 2 Alert to Danger

Lesson 28:  Dog learns how to come back to you after they find somebody or thing
which is called Teaching Refind or Return to Handler

Lesson 29: Your dog brings you items you need Retrieve and Go-Get Object

Lesson 30: Dog learns item by name to bring you Retrieve Object by Name

Lesson Test: How your dog will help you evacuate -What To Do when Alarm Sounds

Lesson 31: How to Find a Lost Person with Your Dog

Lesson 32: Training a Dog To Do Tracking

Lesson 33: Training a Messenger Dog -Go between 2 people

Go to the Lesson Page in The Page Menu (top right sidebar) for links to each lesson.

Amber working a Bloodhound pup


You can also find these pages on this site in the menu on the right.

Dog Bug-out Go-Bag Survival Backpack

First Aid Supplies for Disaster Survival

Living in a Disaster

Emergency Links

FEMA Search Dog Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s)

K9 CPR –Emergency Breathing Technique For Pets

Good Luck and Be Ready


8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Awesome lessons. Indeed, we have a new dog and my son want to train him different tricks. I decide to help my son by looking different articles that can help us and I found your blog. It contains all the information we need to know for training a dog. I wish you can also help me to learn more about vets minster. Thank you very much and keep sharing.

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Ale Rossi said...

Great topic related to pet care you have taken to discuss here. I personally believe that sometimes having a pet may help people in improving their lifestyles.
Thanks & Regards,
Dog training in Malaysia

Family Disaster Dogs said...

Thanks for the nice comment and for reading my blog. I too, believe having a pet can be very good for us. You have a great dog training kennel and site, I wish you all the best in Malaysia. Thanks again for stopping by.

Family Disaster Dogs said...

Thanks for stopping by and it's nice to hear my training lessons are being followed. I'm happy I can be of help with your new dog. You can ask me questions about the Vet Minster, I'll answer the best I can or send you in the right direction. Thanks again, good luck with your new dog.

Jeeny Oak said...

As a dog owner it's always been pleasure for me to search out best stuffs related to dog care and their health issues. Here through this blog i found some great posts which solve my problems of how can i stay away my dogs from diseases...?. I am waiting for yet other updates related to dog health related issues just like Amber Higgins has share some useful points through this article. Appreciated work Amber Higgins.

Amber Higgins said...

Thank you for the nice words about my blog, I'm finishig up the family disaster dog book and it will be posted here soon. I'll be posting more training and health articles here weekly.

Jeeny Oak said...

You welcome now i am anxiously waiting for the for the book updates of your's.

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