Category Archives: Training methods
Yeah, Baby Z thinks it sounds crazy, too. But is it really? Think about it. Do you really want Lassie as a dog? I would posit that many people do not – not really. They do not want a dog … Continue reading
I want to make something crystal clear: I do not hate anyone. There are some methods I don’t like. I don’t like seeing dogs in a pinch collar, a shock collar, or a choke collar. I believe these methods to … Continue reading
Coercion in Pet Dog Training Leads Dogs To a “Life of Quiet Desperation”.
Coming when called is perhaps the most important thing your dog can learn. It can mean the difference between being lost forever, getting into a road and hit, or just generally making you pull your hair out with worry. There … Continue reading
The apparent success of punishment can be convincing. Punishing will often result in an end to a behavior. It may also result in the temporary suppression of a behavior. At least, as long as the one doling out the punishment … Continue reading