From “basic obedience”
to the “Master of Dog”

Upon successful completion of
the test, a certificate signed by the Hundeflo is presented.

If you are in Hundeflo training, there is no need for a module test. However, many dog owners like to take these in order to document or check the current level of training.

The modules build on each other and range from basic obedience to advanced dog handler to “Master of Dog.” The respective trainers prepare the human-dog team perfectly for these module examinations, as the training always takes place in individual lessons and in real life. This allows the teams to adapt to the conditions and the test does not hold any unpleasant surprises. If you are also interested in a module test, please contact us!


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    Module 1

    Basic obedience

    • Dog walks on a loose leash
    • Sit (with max. 2 commands)
    • Down (with max. 2 commands)
    • Getting in and out of the car correctly (on command)
    • Walking on a leash under various distractions (dog, people, etc.)
    • Walking on the lead
    • Recall without leash, without distraction (with max. 2 commands)
    • Greeting a stranger (dog on a lead, not allowed to bother)

    Module 2

    Advanced dog handler

    • Dog walks off leash (only 1 command)
    • Sit off-leash (only 1 command)
    • Down without leash (only 1 command)
    • Down in the restaurant/café (problem-free eating possible)
    • Down without visual contact to the owner (5 min.)
    • Follow off-leash with distractions (dog, human, animal, etc.)
    • Off-leash recall with distractions (e.g. dogs playing)
    • Greeting with a stranger (dog free in sit or down)

    Module 3

    Master of Dog

    • Dog walks on a loose leash
    • Dog walks without collar under massive distraction
    • Sit and down without collar
    • Sit at a distance (approx. 15-25 m, with max. 2 commands)
    • Down under massive distraction
    • “Refuse food”
    • Recall without collar under massive distraction (at least 3 dogs playing)
    • Dog walks off leash in a group with at least 4 dogs through the city, shopping center, etc.
    • Greeting a stranger under massive distraction (dog free at heel)