It’s no secret that dogs have a hard time training.
Even when it comes to playing football, they have a lot of issues with running, jumping, and retrieving objects.
However, new research shows that you can use a training dummy to train them.
In fact, you can even create your own training dummy and play with it for a week and then give it to your dog.
This new study is a joint effort by researchers from Germany, the Netherlands, and Canada.
The goal of the study was to create a training model based on a dog’s current body language to create an artificial training model.
It’s the first time that artificial training has been done to this degree.
The team from Germany’s Center for Applied Systems Research and the University of Amsterdam developed a training system that mimics the movements of a dog and trained it to perform certain tasks.
It was also able to track the training session and track the dog’s reaction to it.
This is not the first research done on the subject of artificial training for dogs.
There’s a lot more work to be done to create this training model, but it is an important step toward improving training for both humans and dogs.
It’s important to note that this research does not take into account how a dog responds to training and what they do during the training.
For example, it does not look at what the dog does during the trial period.
That is a key question to ask.
The research was carried out in collaboration with the University Health Services of the Netherlands and was published in the journal Nature.
Source: BBC News