Originally Posted by SamIam
Training a dog is a difficult task. Training humans is even harder. To do both at once and on film and make yourself look not just good but perfect???
When you become a dog trainer, do not train like Brad Pattison, do not train like Caesar Millan. Learn everything you can from as many behaviourists, trainers, psychologists, teachers, veterinarians as you can, including those you think may be wrong. Build yourself a solid foundation, stand on it and be you.
Well said. I just wanted to get out there that it doesn't matter who these people are, or what they do, it matters on the effect and impact they have on the dog itself.
And thanks. I have been researching a lot, and I have my first "customer" that I'm going to try some techniques on, since its owners have no training schedule or regimen what's so ever.