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Had the place been pitch-black, the owner and dog would have greeted one another without incident. While I had no trouble, I didn’t feel the people I most want to share this information with will sit down and read it when there are other, more readable texts out there unfortunately, many of them have less desirable and sometimes dangerous advice I really, really love the concepts depicted in this book.

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Her ideas for approaching specific training and behavior problems are usually pretty thinly described. I find it frustrating that there isn’t even mention of that, but on the contrary, NRMs are used in many chapters.

You have not seen another human since you were a small child. Unfortunately, it won’t go into the detail you’ll want. Although Culture Crash was originally published in the ideas in dobaldson were so new and revolutionary at that time that Jean Donaldson remains a leading thinker in the dog training world and this book has become a classic.

As a foster parent for an animal rescue, I found the book helpful.


The Culture Clash

But this book takes a lot of work to get the marrow from the bone. I do appreciate someone who speaks bluntly and honestly rather than dancing around strong opinions, but I can see some readers being turned off by this.

So Jean was last and what she did was put a pile of treats on the ground about 15 feet away. Sep 05, James rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jean Donaldson pulls no punches with her views about the use of aversive dog training – she thinks its inhumane, unnecessary and shouldn’t happen.

Do you want more information about this product? For instance, you’ll feel like a real dummy if you follow the section on avoiding “counter surfing” and still can’t keep your dog from grabbing food off the counter.

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Relentlessly she champions chqoue dog’s point of view, always showing concern for their education and well-being. Some things I leave behind and some I take away; one thing I’ve learned about opinions on now donaldsin train dogs is everyone has one, and some dr better than others. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Sadly true that socialization of a puppy between months of age sets the stage for a mentally healthy and socially adept dog.

Quotes from The Culture Clash. Because behavior is under the control of its consequences, obedience training is about providing consequences to the dog. Overall it’s not an entertaining book, it reads rather like an instruction manual. Jun 25, Mary Nelsen rated it it was amazing.


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It quite clearly lays out the basics of dog “culture,” behavior, learning, and training. Her information is good, and very helpful, but it is sometimes padded with unnecessarily unfamiliar words–why use diametrically when you can just say “different”?

The Culture Clash by Dona,dson Donaldson. I’m sure that was necessary when this came out inb There’s a lot of valuable information in this book. I disabled my Ad-blocker.

The Culture Clash by Jean Donaldson

The Gorns are shocked by this unprovoked aggressive behavior. A large part of the training consists of having your air briefly cut off by a metal chain around your neck. It is, after all, the humane way to do it.

No trivia or quizzes yet. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. I read and re-read it all the time.

But understanding that will make you a better trainer and a happier family. The downside 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.