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Wydarzenie dnia stylu CSI tak by nie postać formie zielonych his best the beach, hikes, and, yes, even gopher hunting the park experience, 'discipline' is necessary but the discipline need not be violent. However, it takes and time to get to the point where the dog understands he's been 'bad' and I'm unhappy because of his actions without resorting to physical discipline. That's the key and the problem. It's difficult to make the time. Can a parent take something away from his child. Yes because a parent is bigger and stronger until the child becomes bigger and stronger. But who the right mind would suggest to take a three year old's dinner away to prevent that he slams the door his father's face at age 15? Overt and physical dominance displays are signs of one's insecurity more than leadership. Nobody suggests to ignore a dog's growls, but cuffing him not change his mind about what elicited the growl. That is the level it needs to be addressed. Why is the dog growling the first place? Likely because he feels anxiety or ambiguity about humans or dogs and no slap, prong collar correction or shock collar zap change that, but likely increases anxiety. At best, the growl be suppressed, but the dog often direct or redirects aggression. Inflicting pain for a mistake the dog makes is only justified if the dog deliberately makes the mistake. That, frankly, is ludicrous to believe. There are a whole number of reasons why dogs misbehave, defiance isn't one of them. I challenge every balanced trainer who believes that corrections are necessary learning to learn a new skill. Perhaps something that is not natural for him, something he has no aptitude for, and perhaps even a foreign language. The instructor is allowed to apply any correction she sees fit for any mistake one makes. One more thing. Suggesting that a gentle scruff is okay is suggesting that gently shaking a baby is a good way to stop her from crying. We know what it does to a baby's What would one think it is different with a puppy's. The comments expressed about the Monks of New Skete were especially misleading and out of context. The ideas expressed by animal trainers are similar to those expressed by child psychologists. Just like a child that is never disciplined typically doesn't turn out well, neither do most of the dogs I've seen who are trained without correction. Rather, as the monks of New Skete very clearly assert, the punishment should be timely and the form of a small leash correction or scruff shake. Neither of those actions is particularly harmful, but they are certainly surprising! As far as cuffing a dog under the I was a bit surprised when they said that, but consider the topic growling at a human and I would think we could all at least agree that such behavior cannot be ignored The idea that you can ignore all the bad behavior and focus on only the good behavior is lopsided. What I liked much about the books put out by the Monks of New Skete is how they balanced their approach. They are neither vain as to believe that purely positive training methods are the only way to go, nor are they dominance focused that they encourage you to take drastic measures every time your Dog doesn't do what you want. Saying anything about their training method would be a gross misrepresentation! The fact that this misrepresentation is made undermines the entire premise of the rest of the article. I would like to believe the authors assertions about improper experimentation, but with the other erroneous assertions about a group of talented trainers and breeders, I cannot. Additionally, though the author asserts that the studies are inaccurate for the behavior of wolves, she goes on to say that captive wolves and dogs living captivity do form a loose hierarchy. While more fluid than the common perception, the idea that one does not exist is preposterous. The same can be said for the relationship of a parent to a child. Ultimately the parent must be the one with total authority. Yes, a child must be allowed to make decissions of their own or to have items that belong to them, but at the end of the day, mom and dad are allowed to take away those objects and to have the final say those decissions. Without allowing for positive and negative reenforcement, you take away a valid training