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guys i need help so my dog choco he'll wag his tail when i call him then he'll growl and leave repeatedly.
he growls when i pick him up and when i try to put him down
one minute hes nice then the next hes acting like a demon and when i call him or touch him he'll run growl and go under the couch please help
hes even bitten me a couple of times.
when i walk into the room he growls when i pick him up and touch him he growls
but when he wants attention he lets me rub him but if i rub him to long he'll still growl
PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS DEMON DOG
shivin shivin I object to him on a number of levels, I have to say. His methods are based primarily on force, with little or no knowledge of what has caused the dog to be acting the way it's acting. He uses forceful methods on dogs who are very fearful, forcing them into situations where they become so overwhelmed with fear that they simply give up. He seems to either not notice or not care that these dogs are stressed beyond belief, and simply crows about how well the method worked because the dog has quit fighting him.
Personally I think he has no true understanding of dog behavior. He's found that if he is pushy enough, most dogs will eventually give in and so his brute force creates an IMAGE that he's succeeding, when the reality is that he's downright abusive to these dogs at times.
I also object to his use of the term "whisperer". This term was originally coined to describe someone so in tune with animals that they could "whisper" them into a relaxed, accepting state. Being a whisperer holds a connotation of kindness and understanding, neither of which can be used to describe Millan. He's simply a man with a dominating personality who has some charisma and evidently knows someone in Hollywood, because he had to have known someone to get where he is now. NO one like this guy should be on TV promoting methods based on force.
I've seen tremendously aggressive dogs turned around with kind, consistent, fair methods - so it's not that these methods HAVE to be used in order to get the same results. The only two things that I agree with Millan on, to an extent, are that dogs need exercise and that humans need to provide leadership. But dogs shouldn't be exercised to the point of exhaustion, and people shouldn't lead by brute force.
That's my honest opinion of this guy. I refuse to call him a trainer and he's eons away from being a behaviorist.
The Canine Nutritionist In their opinion but when the dog gets out of hand they suggets you to put the dog down.
They only read books and only sucessfully train the dogs which they can tame.
Shock collars and muzzels were not envented by Cesar but these experts give up when a slightly challenging oppurtunity arrives.
He may have kicked a dog but that dog lived.
You may call him a dog kicker but Cannot call him a dog killer.
shivin shivin II, too, was first seduced by Cesar's show when it first aired, but then I started researching other trainers' and animal behavioralists' methods and opinions and quickly realized that Cesar's "way" isn't really a good way to make your dog obey you.
Nina Boston I have watched the show a lot and Andre was always very interested, helped a lot with difficult cases and learned through the daily exposure. That’s the best way to become an expert. Cesar never had proper training to become a professional either. He learned dog behaviour because he was exposed to many dogs on his dads farm.
What? He's such a genuine soul, in many show , I have seen, he's been touched by situations and gets very happy when he sees results on the dogs, he also works with a rescue that worked with children with disabilities, and he talks about his lives when he was young, because he has cousins with disabilities. Educate yourself before you judge him, please!
LoveOlderWomen Yes I mop my hardwood with a mix of water, pinesol, bleach, and dog/dog waste/dog odor hardwood floor cleaner. Works awesome all mixed together and my floors are shiny to and dont smell strong at all, no bleach/strong lemon spell. its like all the cleaners cancel each others smell out bc i dont overdo the water. overall great cleaners and i use a commercial mop in my house (like a libman) instead of swiffer. swiffer mop didnt even phase my floors or clean them it was disgusting.
Raquel You cant bitch about your parents or dogs, and trust me, if you actually tried to train them and they wer e well trained, your parents wouldnt break them out of it. dogs dont know english and im sure your dad wouldn’t say “shit on the floor fluffy.” You never took the time to train them clearly and if you were “committed” you wouldnt have this problem at all and your parents wouldnt of broke them out of their training. Its laughable since you said you were committed honestly 😂😂😂 Just be honest and take the fucking blame. Its a family dog so your just as responsible as your parents.
JoSE GOmeZ My dogs are the same, they only go inside if they have some serious stomach issue or UTI. They only have twice. One dog was once bc UTI. Other dog did bc she had gastroenteritis (bloody poop/vomit.)
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