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Powoli do roli silniejszą dawkę prądu szczerość oglądając głębiny rycerzy taught the client to knee the dog the chest each time it jumped. Rather than punish the dog for doing something bad, -Stasiewicz had the client greet the dog only when it was sitting. If the dog jumped, the client ignored it or turned his back. But when the dog sat, he got his favorite treat of a stuffed Kong or praise as a reward for not jumping. After five weeks of class time plus practice, the dog stopped jumping. -Stasiewicz admits results can come slower with purely positive reinforcement, but says the method has even saved -called death row dogs who some thought impossible to rehabilitate. Trainers who use this approach might use choke chains, prong collars, electronic or e-collars. Other tools might include a hand squeeze that mimics a quick bite, rolls as well as flooding or subjecting the dog to something it doesn't like large doses. Some trainers label their use of this method as blended or balanced because it can include positive reinforcement, such as well-timed praise and even treats. Bob of Yonkers, N.Y., who trained 's dogs, supports Millan's training philosophy and says he doesn't believe one-size-fits-all or cookie-cutter training. I hate using the term because it's a buzzword that prompts the ‘positive crowd' to near criminalize people that correct dogs, says. You need balance. It's like cooking if you put too much salt the dish, it's not going to taste good. has trained family pets and dogs for film, personal protection, and classified projects. He says clients typically seek him out when they are dealing with aggression toward people or other dogs, house-training issues, as well as unruly behavior such as leash pulling, stealing food during meals, knocking over kids and visitors, and making 's life a living hell. Continued. considers breed-specific behaviors when training. That includes whether the dog was bred to hunt, pull, fight, guard, or has a strong prey drive. Other factors include temperament, age, environment, sensitivity level, and behavior and training history. He also factors the owner's capability to be a good leader. People have this warped Walt Disney-esque concept about dogs, and they 't realize that there is this hierarchy the dog pack, says. says positive reinforcement is often misused. The dog gets praised for merely existing or rewarded when it demands it. When the dog barks at the mailman, people say ‘Good dog. Calm down. It's And it loses value. says his rules have always been to do no harm, maintain harmony, and accomplish training and behavior modification without violating the dog's trust. Done right, there are no bad tools, says. It's the misuse of the tool by a fool that is bad. It's important to note that The American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior has voiced concern that training programs based on dominance or punishment can be ineffective and possibly dangerous, especially the hands of an unskilled nonprofessional. Millan admits that while dog's 't judge without knowing, humans like to say way, it's the best way.' But the end, the choice of whom you hire to train you and your dog is up to you. Millan offers these suggestions to get you started: Continued. And remember: There are usually three reasons someone says dog flunked obedience, Millan says. The human either was not into it, was inconsistent when applying what the trainer taught him, or never liked the training style and never said something about it. 't see dog training as you're sending the dog to get fixed, Millan says. A dog is not an appliance. Pagination. Paw Law Dog Training Sports Academy 1053 E. Lake, Hanover Park, IL 60133 He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart.