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It's because you gun club US$11 bit complicated government anycase the methods uses. He does nothing but suppress behaviors. He doesn't even TRY to solve what is actually happening. He floods dogs Positive Reinforcement is not Purely Positive. We do use discipline. But we use it to GUIDE the dog into what we WANT them to do, not what we 't want. We focus on the good, and redirect from the bad. As for the couch comment, you can condition your dog to his mat by putting a bone there, and he can only have it there. You can treat him there and he gets nothing on the couch. A VERY simple redirection that works within seconds literally. Yelling, Stares, Standing a position that typically makes your dog cower, swatting, is all abusive mentally and physically as it's forcing your dog to do what you want instead of what the dog wants. However, with that being said, you can get the dog to enjoy what you want and award him with the things he wants to do as a reward You do NOT have to use Dominant Methods to get what you want. I could not agree w elenathedevil more! 's techniques have totally been misconstrued here...I've watched every single episode can't seem to the monster that I've seen described here other articles. If people claim that his techniques are far off, I'd have to proof that it's being done better. And to the comment about the resource guarder HELLO... is still human, from recollection, has never once claimed to catch every single sign from a dog. If there's a more perfect dog trainer out there who has never once made a mistake, I'd to hear about them. Until then, I'll stick w what I've seen work not some twisted version of it that's been completely taken out of context. I just finished registration just i can write comment. The article is someones point of view and weather i agree or not its not the issue but i keep reading all the comments about dominance and submission and the horror stories to go along with the comments and i have no idea where people get violence or even punishment from being dominant with your dog. Its obvious that you are not familiar with the training or simply misunderstood the point. The idea is to provide your dog with stability and security of a pack leader or role model or protector that simply teaches the dog rules and boundaries. No punishment just corrections. On a personal note i have used this type of training on a hyper dog who ran the household for 6 years and parents labeled him the devil. After two month of training he walks without the leash heal position with no command he greats guests politely, without jumping and you 't have to squeeze through the door to get the package delivered, he doesn't just dash from the front door. All it took is proper walking and lots of it and lots of behavior modification for me not really the dog. As soon as i provided consistent exercise, rules and discipline and acted as a leader for dog he gladly followed. And yes thank you for sharing your wisdom!The Bond that me and dog had developed during training is unbelievable. He is perfect companion, friend and yes little baby. No abuse no punishment! Its easy to use corrections and get carried away but if you really listen to you that he talks more about changing yourself and the change your dog follow, i cant remember him telling people to beet the submission out of their dogs, or fight for it. Must have missed that episode. But i do use positive training with lots of treats and praises to teach dog tricks. However mind those are just fun and for his psychological development. for some few who are really good at reading body language I got a laugh out of this. Millan is good at reading body language that recently he got nailed by a resource guarder. His comment I never saw that coming. Watching the video most competent trainers saw it coming ages before the dog nailed him. If his ability to read body language is good why did he not it coming? for some few who are really good at reading body language I got a laugh out of this. Millan is good at reading body language that recently he got nailed by a resource guarder. His comment I never saw that coming. Watching the video most competent trainers saw it coming ages before the dog nailed him. If his ability to read body language is good why did he not it coming? Hi, I work with rescued dogs and pet sit. I also practice Reiki used for healing. I use gut to find the answers to things with research as well. I knew heart that I should not dominate dogs although I hear it over and over. I have 3 dogs 3 cats living happily together with a host of dogs coming and out a small space. One is a dog. Thanks for this