And exercise, discipline, affection?
She makes a very distinct claim that her methods are good and his/other are bad. Maybe incomplete? This podcast has very good and informative points, with well written and articulated topics that make this podcast worth listening. However, it has a corporate pet-agenda and does little to address actual dog psychology and how dominant or submissive behavior accounts for common "issues" and aggression. She asks to uphold the standards set by other qualified professionals (which is primary based on human psychology) without allowing for much growth in understanding human-dog relations as a whole. It's a monopoly on the pet training market. She is a trainer, not an educator. I look forward to hearing about how people's behavior influences their dogs(s) energy and state of mind. I will continue to listen to her opinions but respectively disagree with how she approaches important issues such as children, leash walking, jumping and feeding to name the usual. You won't get to the root of the "issues" by training around it. If you haven't heard of Cesar Millan's work, it's worth checking out to complement your podcast experience ;)
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