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Dog registry these 1976 FH618 FH650 at all since, seat owners reward unwanted behavior. Although The Dog Whisperer rarely demonstrates rewarding of appropriate behaviors immediately as they occur try to come up with ideas on your own regarding behaviors that you would reward. Also keep your eyes open for the rare times that Millan does focus on rewarding appropriate behavior. 4. How are the owners trained? If the behavior is about the owners then one would expect the owners be trained as much or more than the dogs. Watch to how or whether the trainer trains the owners. Ask, what does the owner specifically need to do? Is there a clear plan or does it just seem like movie magic? 1. Exercise: Yes dogs and other pets should get exercise every day. Most people 't exercise their dogs, cats or other pets enough. Note that exercise is not a substitute for training though. For dogs it just gets them shape that they can misbehave longer! And when exercised, we can accidentally reward unruly behaviors. For instance if we toss the ball for the dog that barks and jumps on you until you throw it, we are actually training overly aroused, unruly behavior. even exercise must be done correctly for it to have maximum benefit. 2. Rules and Limits: Yes, all animals need guidelines and limits for behavior the house. This is for sure. Whether you train pets by punishment and coercion or by rewarding good behaviors and removing rewards for inappropriate ones at exactly the right time is what distinguishes traditional trainers from positive reinforcement trainers taking a scientific approach. Rules are what allow animals groups to get along. And if we want our pet to be able to accompany us public, we have even higher expectations for their behavior. 3. Be calm and assertive: Yes, to be a leader that animals want to follow you do have to act like you know what you're doing. You have to walk like you know which direction you want your dog to follow, and provide visual and verbal cues a manner that makes it clear to the dog that you know what you want. 4. Training is About the Owners: The owners have rewarded all kinds of unwanted behavior. Watch to how they reward the inappropriate behaviors. Also, consider, that if the training is about the owners, how much training should the owners have or do they need order to perform the techniques? Being calm and assertive alone won't make you a leader though or even good at any particular task or job. To be good at the task you must first develop the skills. For instance Tiger Woods, Yoyo Ma, and every other successful pro athlete or musician are good at what they do because they've practiced correctly hours a day not just because they are calm and confident. The purpose of force most cases is to stop a behavior. Overall, effective force does suppress behavior. Punishment can work to permanently stop behavior instances where it's used correctly. cases where it is metered correctly it serves to suppress behavior only temporarily though. Especially when it is not paired with rewards for appropriate behavior and when the underlying emotional state and cause are not addressed. To the viewer immediate suppression look like a cure. Watch closely to if the dogs look like they are happy to be behaving well, or if they look suppressed and fearful We saw this video earlier. While the use of the term dominance is incorrect you wonder, aren't the dog and cat better around each other?Do you think the dog and cat behave this well if the owners are not present? Neither the dog nor the cat are happy, they are just suppressed. The dog is avoiding eye contact with Millan. If he were happy his ears would perk forward, he'd show his play face, his muscles would be relaxed, and he would not be avoiding eye contact as if he's looking for a way to escape. This cat looks similar to the cat at the vet hospital who's resigned to the idea that he be examined whether he likes it or not. The animal looks tired and sleepy or is moving slow motion when they should not be. This is a common indicator of fear across species. For instance, a shelter volunteer once told me that when she put her kittens for socialization with other kittens, her kittens just huddled together and fell asleep. The normal response of animal a new environment is to explore. These kittens fell asleep because they were fearful. When fearful, animals can flee, freeze, or