A not so stupid project to find your missing child.
Many families have a pet. Quickly the animal becomes comfortable and becomes attached to its guardians, trusts them and becomes a full member of the family.
He can do anything, just to please. He learned: sit, sleep, bring, he will be happy to learn to play hide and seek and put his talents at the service of his masters with in return a caress or other reward. Why not teach him to play hide and seek, which he will certainly love? A family member hides inside or outside, without being able to see him, and is asked to find him. He will do it with interest and enthusiasm.
All families must teach their pet this little trick. Casually, this little game can be very useful to find a child in the very first moments of a disappearance, as soon as it escapes your surveillance, even before an alert is triggered. A simple and useful tool to avoid a terrible drama for your family.
Child predators often use a small dog to trap their young prey. Why not use the natural talent of your 4-legged friend to quickly find your missing child. With a little patience and persistence, teach him to recognize each member of your family by name.
All family members must use the same language. I think about it and I act … Come on beautiful dog! We’re playing Hide and Seek. Look for Cédri. Here we go….
In due time, he will know what to do because you will have taught him and you will be proud of it.
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Many families have a pet.
Quickly the animal becomes comfortable and becomes attached to its guardians, trusts them and becomes a full member of the family.
Your pet becomes irreparably attached to your family, it can do anything, just to make you happy. He will be happy to learn to play hide and seek.
It’s up to you to use his talents wisely. He does everything out of attachment and unconditional love for his masters.
We teach him to be clean and to respond to basic requests such as: sitting, sleeping, bringing, rest, walking, walking, carpeting and many more. In most cases, the animal likes to respond with eagerness, happy to please its masters, especially if it receives in return a reward for doing so, either a cookie or a caress.
It will be just as easy to teach him to play hide and seek, which he will certainly love. A family member hides inside or outside, without being able to see him, and is asked to find him. He will do it with interest and enthusiasm.
Anyone can easily teach this little trick to their pet.
Casually, this little game could prove very useful to find a child in the very first moments of a disappearance or as soon as it escapes your surveillance. In this little game, your pet could save your child and save your family from a terrible drama, which they can do without.
Wouldn’t this be a simple tool, highly appreciated in real situations and above all, within the reach of all families who own a pet?
Teach him to recognize each family member or friend by name.
To teach him the game, do it every day at the beginning until he understands it well. To prevent him from getting tired of the game, distance the practices without abandoning them. Don’t overdo the frequency. Motivate him, encourage him and occasionally get him used to playing CACHE CACHE in different situations and in different places where you are. He must keep the interest and motivation in the game.
It is important that all families take the trouble to teach this little game to their pet without delay.
Child predators often use a small dog to trap their prey.
Your family can also use your pet’s natural talent to quickly find your missing child. Make it practice. When the time comes, your favorite animal could prove to be the best tool and make all the difference in a real situation. Terrible dramas can be avoided with the collaboration of your best friend. He does not ask for anything better than to help you.
In the event of a real disappearance, your animal can prove to be a very useful tool to follow the trace of your child from the very first moments, even before an alert is triggered.
Wherever you are, if your pet is with you, it could save the life of your child or a family member.
All it takes is a little patience and persistence on your part. All family members must use the same language and always use the same words.
I think about it and I act …
Pretty dog. Cache-Cache. Look for Cédri. Here we go….
N.B .: Do not hesitate to contact a seasoned trainer or a dog behavior specialist for adequate assistance.