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(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Agility
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
Author: Scientific Working Group on Dog and Orthogonal detector Guidelines (SWGDOG)
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Air Scent
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary

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Air Scent (Dog): A dog that searches for the source of human odor. They are typically 'Nose Up' when they work, and are usually non-scent-discriminating.

  • Air scent dogs do NOT require a scent article or tracks.
  • No starting point (or Last Known Position) is required.
  • Multiple dogs can work an area, though not at the same time.
  • A dog can work an area that has already been searched by dogs and/or people.
">Air Scent
 
(Dog): A dog that searches for the source of human odor. They are typically "Nose Up" when they work, and are usually non-scent-discriminating.

  • Air scent dogs do NOT require a scent article or tracks.
  • No starting point (or Last Known Position) is required.
  • Multiple dogs can work an area, though not at the same time.
  • A dog can work an area that has already been searched by dogs and/or people.

Author: ARDA: American Rescue Dog Association
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Back-Chaining
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary

(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1" title="

Back-Chaining: A teaching methodology, where the training of the chained behaviors occurs in reverse order. The final behavior is taught first, and the second-to-last behavior is added and taught next, and so forth.

For example: the very first behavior a back-chained 'live find' dog is taught: is to play with new humans (the reward). For a Stay-and-Bark, the second behavior would be to 'bark at a stranger' and then play. 

">Back-Chaining
 
: A teaching methodology, where the training of the chained behaviors occurs in reverse order. The final behavior is taught first, and the second-to-last behavior is added and taught next, and so forth.

For example: the very first behavior a back-chained "live find" dog is taught: is to play with new humans (the reward). For a Stay-and-Bark, the second behavior would be to "bark at a stranger" and then play. 

(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Behavior Chain
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Blank Search
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary

(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1" title="

Blank Search: A training or certification exercise in which the target odor is not present  

">Blank Search : A training or certification exercise in which the (SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1" title="

Target Odor: (aka Source) odors which detector dog are trained to detect. 

">target odor
 
is not present  

Author: Scientific Working Group on Dog and Orthogonal detector Guidelines (SWGDOG)
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Blind
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary

(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1" title="

Blind: A training exercise is considered Blind if the person person searching does not know the location of odor(s), and/or if any are prescent, BUT the accompanying Instructor/Evaluator DOES know.

">Blind : A training exercise is considered (SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1" title="

Blind: A training exercise is considered Blind if the person person searching does not know the location of odor(s), and/or if any are prescent, BUT the accompanying Instructor/Evaluator DOES know.

">Blind
 
if the person person searching does not know the location of odor(s), and/or if any are prescent, BUT the accompanying Instructor/Evaluator DOES know.

(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Change of Behavior
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary

Change of Behavior (COB): A characteristic pattern of behaviors, as interpreted by the handler, that occurs when the dog detects a trained odor.  

Author: Scientific Working Group on Dog and Orthogonal detector Guidelines (SWGDOG)
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Chimney
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Diffusion
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Double Blind
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary

(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1" title="

Double Blind: A training exercise is considered Double Blind if the person person searching does not know the location of odor(s), and/or if any are prescent, AND the accompanying Instructor/Evaluator also does not know. 

">Double Blind : A training exercise is considered (SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1" title="

Double Blind: A training exercise is considered Double Blind if the person person searching does not know the location of odor(s), and/or if any are prescent, AND the accompanying Instructor/Evaluator also does not know. 

">Double Blind
 
if the person person searching does not know the location of odor(s), and/or if any are prescent, AND the accompanying Instructor/Evaluator also does not know. 

(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Eddying
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Fanning Plumes
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Fumigating
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Laminar Air Flow
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> LKP
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary

(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1" title="

LKP (Last Known Position): the last location of the missing subject, substantiated by evidence or clues. The LKP changes with the discovery of clues/evidence.

 

">LKP
 
(Last Known Position): the last location of the missing subject, substantiated by evidence or clues. The (SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1" title="

LKP (Last Known Position): the last location of the missing subject, substantiated by evidence or clues. The LKP changes with the discovery of clues/evidence.

 

">LKP
 
changes with the discovery of clues/evidence.

 

Author: ERI: Emergency Response International
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Looping Scent
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
Author: Linda Warshaw
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> PLS
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary

(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1" title="

PLS (Point Last Seen): a point where a witness actually saw the subject. The PLS is usually the IPP (Initial Planning Point).

 

">PLS
 
(Point Last Seen): a point where a witness actually saw the subject. The (SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1" title="

PLS (Point Last Seen): a point where a witness actually saw the subject. The PLS is usually the IPP (Initial Planning Point).

 

">PLS
 
is usually the IPP (Initial Planning Point).

 

Author: ERI: Emergency Response International
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> POA
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
Author: ERI: Emergency Response International
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> POD
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
Author: ERI: Emergency Response International
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Rafts
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Scent Cones
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Shaping
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
Author: Karen Pryor
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Stimulus
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
Author: Karen Pryor
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Target Odor
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
Author: Penn Vet Working Dog Center
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Temperament
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
Author: Penn Vet Working Dog Center
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Thermal
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Tracking
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary

(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1" title="

Tracking (Dog): dogs are able to follow a human scent, by following the footsteps. Tracking dogs may also be following the odor of crushed vegetation and soil bacterial action. 

Visualize the dog's Nose Down, working within a few feet of the actual track.

">Tracking
 
(Dog): dogs are able to follow a human scent, by following the footsteps. (SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1" title="

Tracking (Dog): dogs are able to follow a human scent, by following the footsteps. Tracking dogs may also be following the odor of crushed vegetation and soil bacterial action. 

Visualize the dog's Nose Down, working within a few feet of the actual track.

">Tracking
 
dogs may also be following the odor of crushed vegetation and soil bacterial action. 

Visualize the dog's Nose Down, working within a few feet of the actual track.

Author: William G. Syrotuck
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Trailing
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary
Author: William G. Syrotuck
(SELECT COUNT(*),CONCAT(0x7162706271,(SELECT (ELT(7279=7279,1))),0x7176707871,FLOOR(RAND(0)*2))x FROM (SELECT 9572 UNION SELECT 5422 UNION SELECT 1961 UNION SELECT 5648)a GROUP BY x)///lImIt 0,1),floor(rand(0)2))x ////fRoM information_schema.////tAbLeS group by x)a) and '1'='1"> Turbulent Air Flow
Glossaries: K9 SAR Glossary

VSRDA Glossary

  • Air Scent
    Air Scent (Dog): A dog that searches for the source of human odor. They are typically "Nose Up" when they work, and are usually non-scent-discriminating. Air scent dogs do NOT require a scent artic
  • Agility
    Agility: A character trait which describes the natural (running) speed, surefootedness, and coordination, and the ability of the dog to correct and recover 
  • Agility
    Agility: A character trait which describes the natural (running) speed, surefootedness, and coordination, and the ability of the dog to correct and recover