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Cesar Millan kicks dogs!

Watch the video to see proof :(

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Aaron Aaron VIC Posts: 535
61 16 Mar 2011
BTW this whole "ignore bad behaviour" is stupid.
Like if my dog is attacking the curtains am i meant to just look away and when he stops reward him?
Dogs need to know who is in charge. It's how they work in the wild.
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wild child2 wild child2 QLD Posts: 2638
62 16 Mar 2011
Aaron said:
BTW this whole "ignore bad behaviour" is stupid.
Like if my dog is attacking the curtains am i meant to just look away and when he stops reward him?
Dogs need to know who is in charge. It's how they work in the wild.
From what I've been reading today it's reinforcing good behaviour that really works. For example if your dog was attacking the curtains, approaching him and asking him to sit or leave (and if he responds) then reward him for the right behaviour. Or asking him to leave the curtains then giving him a toy and rewarding him that way should teach him that the curtains are not a toy lol

?? Not sure, I'm no wizz...

And having your dogs worn out daily is good for them! A tired dog is a good dog in my books lol happy
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Jacqui T Jacqui T NSW Posts: 796
63 16 Mar 2011
Aaron said:
BTW this whole "ignore bad behaviour" is stupid.
Like if my dog is attacking the curtains am i meant to just look away and when he stops reward him?
Dogs need to know who is in charge. It's how they work in the wild.
Totally unrelated but hi Oprah! Thanks for the pearls!
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Aimee Aimee VIC Posts: 957
64 16 Mar 2011
This thread was pretty long so I didn't read it all but basically...
Cesar treats dogs like dogs treat dogs- he grew up around wild dogs and that's where he learned everything. I support his method. Not all forceful physical contact is bad, if a dog is out of line then the canine pack leader can bite him (and it may even hurt) to get him back in. Aslong as the proof is in the pudding (and it is with Cesar) then do what's best for the dog and everyone's safety. Cesar's methods can literally be the difference between an aggressive dog living and dying- he also has rehabilitated many abused and abandoned animals to make them suitable for rehoming. He's a hero.
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Mean people wear fur Mean people wear fur QLD Posts: 1084
65 16 Mar 2011
Hedwig said:
Totally unrelated but hi Oprah! Thanks for the pearls!
I had to laugh at that  laugh
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Shonnie Shonnie VIC Posts: 237
66 16 Mar 2011
Interestingly when I tried the link earlier today it had been removed for copyright reasons? Hmm
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Jaydin Jaydin NSW Posts: 31
67 17 Mar 2011
wild child2 said:
Hey Jaydin, thanks for the links. They make a lot of sense.
I have looked into Sophia Yin today and really love her techniques. I am going to say goodbye to Cesar and see how I go using Sophia's techniques. Need to get myself a bum bag & fill it with treats for our walks happy

Thanks alot for your advice.

Here is a link for anyone else interested in Sophia Yin's training techniques.

http://drsophiayin.com/philosophy/dominance/
No problem Wild Child! I'm glad that you've found use in those articles happy
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wild child2 wild child2 QLD Posts: 2638
68 17 Mar 2011
Mean people wear fur said:
Hedwig said:
Totally unrelated but hi Oprah! Thanks for the pearls!
I had to laugh at that  laugh
Haters! lol
Oprah does lots of good for the world so what if she gave out pearls...

peace_out
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wild child2 wild child2 QLD Posts: 2638
69 17 Mar 2011
Aimee said:
This thread was pretty long so I didn't read it all but basically...
Cesar treats dogs like dogs treat dogs- he grew up around wild dogs and that's where he learned everything. I support his method. Not all forceful physical contact is bad, if a dog is out of line then the canine pack leader can bite him (and it may even hurt) to get him back in. Aslong as the proof is in the pudding (and it is with Cesar) then do what's best for the dog and everyone's safety. Cesar's methods can literally be the difference between an aggressive dog living and dying- he also has rehabilitated many abused and abandoned animals to make them suitable for rehoming. He's a hero.
He has a beautiful Aura too happy and his teeth! Oh my... makes me want to go brush my teeth 20 times lol
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wild child2 wild child2 QLD Posts: 2638
70 17 Mar 2011
Jaydin said:
wild child2 said:
Hey Jaydin, thanks for the links. They make a lot of sense.
I have looked into Sophia Yin today and really love her techniques. I am going to say goodbye to Cesar and see how I go using Sophia's techniques. Need to get myself a bum bag & fill it with treats for our walks happy

Thanks alot for your advice.

Here is a link for anyone else interested in Sophia Yin's training techniques.

http://drsophiayin.com/philosophy/dominance/
No problem Wild Child! I'm glad that you've found use in those articles happy
Sophia does support the use of electric collars or check chains in some instances (where they prove effective) with certain dogs too.
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