G this book in the first place Anyway HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Very good overall
The most common criticisms of this book are the tone and the organization most common criticisms of this book are the tone and the organization are legitimate criticisms The author is extremely sharptongued when it comes to ominance theory and anthropomorphizing I personally find her Make Your Portraits Magic derision amusing rather than insulting but I concede that the tone isn t for everyone Io appreciate someone who speaks bluntly and honestly rather than ancing around strong opinions but I can see some readers being turned off by this Personally I found
myself laughing at the just so explanations I concocted for my og laughing at the just so explanations I concocted for my ড্যাঞ্চিনামা dog behavior when the real explanation is probably a lot simplerThe book as far as I can tell has no index Also if you want information on a specific topic you often have to look in severalifferent places Explanations of learning theory and specific instructions for training common behaviors are often intermingled I solved this problem by bookmarkingWhat I like most about this book is the merging of practical step by step instruction with explanations of why the steps work The author explains it in simple scientific terms And she Blacksad doesn t just give recipes for specific behaviors she explains why those recipes work so that you can train literally any behavior using a similar method It s not an inepth technical manual on operant conditioning but it Pumping Away does give a general overview of how an animal learns This is extremely helpful when you re trying to crack a problem behavior with yourog or train him to විලාසිනියකගේ ප්රේමය නම් චම්පු කාව්යය do something complicatedA good example of this is one explanation of whyogs sometimes seem to know a command and then suddenly stop obeying it We might say the command and then immediately prompt the سنوات عصيبة ذكريات نائب عام dog in some way taking advantage of instinctual behaviors So we say come and then bendown and make inviting noises The Tenías que ser tú dog is naturally inclined at least as a puppy to come when we clap our hands or makes kissy sounds Thatoesn t mean he s learned what come means We assume he Project to Product: How to Survive and Thrive in the Age of Digital Disruption with the Flow Framework does and then expect him to come when we say the word and label him stubborn if heoesn t obey In reality he s never made the connection The author Les filles bien n'avalent pas describes a process called fading the prompt the prompt being the kissy noises or clapping or whatever gets theog to instinctively come You have to give the og a chance to start coming without the prompt You wait a few
seconds and see if he gets it even by accident If he oesn t get it and see if he gets it even by accident If he The War I Finally Won doesn t get it you prompt Do this enough times and eventually he ll connect theots if you re reinforcing properly that isAnother example generalization versus iscrimination We think the og knows a command because he Hakushaku Reijou (volume 9) does it at home Take him to the park and try to get him too it and he looks at you like you ve got nine heads The fascinating thing about this is that it s not a problem it s a feature Dogs are so good at On Desire Why We Want What We Want discriminating at figuring out what isifferent this time that they Living with Mom and Living with Dad don t necessarily generalize what they ve learned to new locations As soon as you introduce a variable like location as far as theog is concerned this is a completely new circumstance that could reuire new behaviors It s what makes it possible to train them in the first place they notice what is new But it also means that if you want them to always sit when you say sit you have to practice in multiple locations and be willing to sort of retrain for each location until the The Binding Vine dog understands that this cue applies everywhereI could go on which is why I think the book is worth buying Basically the information in here takes a lot of the frustration and stress out of training by making theog s behaviors explicable and thus mutable This is not only a great guide about how to train El caso Demichellis: El nuevo clsico del suspense espaol que triunfa en Europa. dogs but it is also very insightful aboutog behavior What I liked about this book is that she Alien Lord's Captive (Warriors of the Lathar Book 1) (English Edition) doesn t just tell you how too things but she gives very good reasons as to why Because of this I can t imagine training Turned Into a Cherry and Popped Fembot Gender Swap Book 1 dogs in any other way besides positive reinforcement positive reinforcement just makes so much sense She explains all her training techniues from the perspective of theog She emphasizes that Tafsir Al Misbah Pesan Kesan dan Keserasian Al uran Vol 1 dogs and humans are veryifferent and not surprisingly have uniue ways of learning Nonetheless people insist on teaching them as though they are human After reading this book even if I The Fingerboard Workbook didn t have a copy handy I would feel confident in training aog because I would be able to think about what I am trying to teach the Forensic Nursing dog and what would be the best way to motivate theog to ach. Utterly uniue fascinating to the extreme and literally overflowing with information so new that it virtually redefines the state of the art in Devil Takes His Innocent The Fall of the Four Horsemen dog behavior and training The Culture Clashepicts ogs as they really arestripped of their Hollywood fluff with their loveable can I ea. A really interesting book The basic premise is to stop anthropomorphizing ogs Dr No James Bond 007 role playing game 35006 don t believe the Disney fantasy ofogs who think like us and live to serve us Just because they are supremely selfish Pour protger Chloe - Cohabitation force (Black Rose) doesn t make them any less enjoyable as companions But understanding that will make you a better trainer and a happier family Favorite uotesDogs are not space intensive they are time intensive Given a choice between your time and a yard virtually everyog on this earth will opt for time hanging out with living beingsIt s all chew toys to them virtually all natural Defining Twilight Vocabulary Workbook for Unlocking the SAT ACT GED and SSAT dog behaviors chewing barking rough play chasing moving objects eating any available food item within reach jumping up and pawing to greet settling minorisputes with threat The Arrangers of Marriage displays establishing contact with strangeogs guarding resources leaning into steady pressure against their chests or necks urinating on porous surfaces like carpets Why Zebras Have Black and White Stripes Why Series defending themselves against perceived threat are all considered by humans to be behavior problems The rules which seem so obvious to us make absolutely no sense toogs They are not humans in Giants Monsters and Dragons An Encyclopedia of Folklore Legend and Myth dog suits Because behavior is under the control of its conseuences obedience training is about providing conseuences to theog Life is a never ending series of if you Studying Ethnic Minority And Economically Disadvantaged Populations do this this happens if youo that another thing happens There are two kinds of things that happen in life good things and bad things so there are four kinds of conseuences good stuff can 1 start and 2 end Bad
stuff can 1 start and 2 end Your og is constantly to start the good stuff end the can 1 start and 2 end Your og is constantly trying to the good stuff end the stuff avoid ending the good stuff and avoid starting the bad stuff He s playing his entire environment including you his owner this way If you the owner can recognize this and exploit it volia Interesting read but would rate between 25 3 It presents innovative ideas about training and wrong concepts as Seraphic Feather, tome 7 dominance also offers ways to train yourog hence the 3 but sometimes it gets tedious ish with all the specific wording and the way in which is written hence the 25 Really enjoyed this book Jean Donaldson pulls no punches with her views about the use of aversive Aşkımız Eski Bir Roman dog training she thinks its inhumane unnecessary and shouldn t happen I agree She makes a significant effort to lead her readers to better understanding ofog behaviour and motivation and to Eres un Cabrón de las Ventas: Rompiéndola en las Ventas Otorgando Valor a los Clientes (Spanish Edition) dispel the Disney Landog fantasies so many The Seeker The Host dog owners haveogs exist to please us are intelligent like humans and moral understand the Отчаяние Otchayanie difference between right and wrong Jean makes it clear thatogs are motivated by making nicer better things happen for themselves often More good stuff food chew toys walks games less bad stuff scolding containment isolation etc The ownside to the book is that she uses a lot of behaviourist theory and language and that could be hard reading for a lay reader I use behaviourism in my work so it was no biggie for me All that said if you can persevere with the science and terminology this is a great book a must for all og lovers whether your pup is trained or not I believe Jean Donaldson is a genius I went to the Pawlitically Incorrect Dog Symposium at Marin Humane Society in 2002 and I was blown away by her There was a segment
Where They Took Some they took some the shelter Tamara de Lempicka dogs that had specific behavior problems and then they had 4og trainers that each use a Wild Texas Blossom different techniue There was one lady who taught guideogs for the blind and another guy who taught police ogs and Jean Well there was this one chow mix that kept pulling on the leash and choking itself whenever anyone would try to walk it Each of the trainers went up there and the police guy was jerking the poor og around the guide og lady said that first she had to bond with the og and sat there petting it for 5 minutes but no one could get the Bulan Luka Parah dog to walk properly on the leash So Jean was last and what sheid was put a pile of treats on the ground about 15 feet away Then with the Big Mal The High Life and Hard Times of Malcolm Allison Football Legend dog on the leash she started forward towards the food and each time theog went ahead of her she said too bad and went back to the starting line Well after about 4 5 tries the Hikmah ketulusan dog walked perfectly next to her until he got to the treats and then she let him eat the whole mountain of treats Thatoesn t have anything specifically to She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement do with the book but it s just an example of her understanding of how aog s mind works I truly believe everything she says in this book It is probably hard for most og owners to grasp but if you are one of those people you probably wouldn t be readin. Winner of the Maxwell Award for BEST DOG TRAINING BOOK 1997 from the Dog Writers Association of America Voted #1 BEST BOOK 2000 2001 by the Association of Pet Dog Trainersthe largest and most influential worldwide association of professional pet og trainers The Culture Clash is.
Summary ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ Jean Donaldson#That She Spends So Much Time Emphasizing # she spends so much time emphasizing Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls differences between our species cultures I gave this book only 45 stars because she can be uite harsh and sometimes I felt as though she was yelling at the reader She has obviously lost her tolerance for people who are not sympathetic to theogs way of perceiving the world which is fine but I often wished she used a gentle tone This book is probably one of the best Victoria The ueen An Intimate Biography of the Woman Who Ruled an Empire dog training books out there It s the only book that I ve found that really trulyescribes the positive reinforcement R method which in a nutshell involves ignoring unwanted behavior and rewarding good behaviorWhy only three stars This vitriolic book is hard to read The author is apparently so fed up with owners who Suddenly Expecting don t have a clue that she rarely holds back any opportunity toisparage any and all owners The book World leaders 2003 drips in hatred for the mistakes made by averageog ownersAnd I found a couple of huge mistakes In particular she talks about how La nia perdida (Dos amigas 4) (BEST SELLER) dogs know when they veone something bad She Being Confident describes a boxer tearing apart the furniture when the owner is gone and then cowering when the owner returns Sheoesn t mention that if the owner was an incredible actor and made no reaction upon seeing the mess that the مفهوم السببية بين المتكلمين والفلاسفة بين الغزالي وابن رشد dog would probably have no reaction the point she missed here is how wellogs read just a flicker of our emotions That boxer had no idea the owner was upset about the mess he made He just knew the owner was upset from the instant she saw the mess Had the place been pitch black the owner and og would have greeted one another without incident It bothers me that an expert like Donaldson would so completely misread something that I see clearly as an amateur I feel I have to get my complaint about Donaldson in since she spends so much time yelling at average folkBeyond that if you really want to understand complex aspects of R training this is your book Unfortunately it won t go into the Kiss and Break Up Magnolia Cove detail you ll want For instance you ll feel like a realummy if you follow the section on avoiding counter surfing and still can t keep your og from grabbing food off the counterDonaldson lives alone with her og She Revelation of the Holy Grail doesn t understand the complex nature of family life Sheoesn t explain the one Human(kind) down side of R training that when we share ourog s living uarters unlike zoo animals in which R training is often used and the animals are already living in a safe enclosed environment so ignoring unwanted behavior is just not always easy or practical Her ideas for approaching specific training and behavior problems are usually pretty thinly ستون پنجم described I m marking this one DNF because I just can t bring myself to keep reading or to keep interested right now I also adopted a puppy andare I say this aloud who is so EASY it s unbelievable to me I ve always had nutty labs and retrievers who took years to settle
Down My New LittleMy new little moved in learned the routine and housemanners in only 2 weeks I still can t believe my luck He s cute and perfect
too I never get this lucky So for now at leastI never get this lucky So for now at least m putting this book aside because I m not having any of the sorts of problems she Catherine de Medici Renaissance ueen of France describes in this book mainly aggression issues and am training him positively I ll keep it around for a bit just in case something crops up but the technical language makes it of a reference book than a pleasure read and Ion t like the way she takes shots at clueless owners constantly I preferred her book Mine much better Possibly because it was shorter This author is just so negative I am having to stop reading the book half way through She writes as though she thinks most 99% humans are irresponsible morons She scolds and complains continually throughout every chapter Here and there she says something interesting about a training techniue but those rare bits are simply not worth plowing through her insults The book might be useful for a first time One of Star Wars One of Doom dog owner with a puppy Most of the training comments areirected towards small puppies According to this book any Happy and You Know It dog with aiscipline problem who is older than a few months has simply missed their window of easy trainability Training might still be possible but it won t be easy Soa new time owner with a puppy might find this book somewhat useful though the negative vibes and thinly The Improvement of the Estate A Study of Jane Austen's Novels disguised anger towards mostog owners would still be off putting for me This was my second time reading this book with about 15 years in between I learned so much the second time as a experienced Very Nice dog owner There is so. T it chew it urinate on it what's in it for me philosophy The author's tremendous affection forogs shines through at all times as How Not to Die Alone does her keen insight into theog's mind Relentlessly she champions the Grace Awakening dog's point of view always showing concern for their education and well bei.