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    YAY for Ceasar...I loved it

    I normally watch him because I like to see the dogs and see that other people have issues as well. Today he did a show that the dog was outta control and he told the parents that it was THEIR responsiblity to make sure the child respects the dog and not yell,scream and hit the dog or pull its ears,etc and that it was up to the parents to teach the dog proper manners and that the parents should be there with the kids and the dogs at all times so that they can control any situation that could happen. I loved it,finally someone saying it's up to the parents to ensure their kids safety and that they shouldn't leave the dog alone with the kids.

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    Isn't that... like... common sense?

    But yeah, it's great he got that message across. Hopefully more people saw it and learned from it if they didn't know already.

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    Must not be for some people. Or their wouldn't be so many kids getting bit or killed by dogs. I'm not a huge CM fan I love the dogs and all the fancy houses he goes to,but I was very pro CM with his comment.

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    Yes, I sure am as well. I'm pro-anyone spreading the message that kids need to be taught how to respectfully deal with dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avie View Post
    Isn't that... like... common sense? ......
    You would think but it seems that common sense has become all too uncommon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reynosa_k9's View Post
    You would think but it seems that common sense has become all too uncommon.
    Ditto!
    I remember a dog snapping at my hand when I was very small, and being told to quit aggravating the dog lol. Don't remember what I was doing, or why he snapped, or even who's dog it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by momof3 View Post
    I normally watch him because I like to see the dogs and see that other people have issues as well. Today he did a show that the dog was outta control and he told the parents that it was THEIR responsiblity to make sure the child respects the dog and not yell,scream and hit the dog or pull its ears,etc and that it was up to the parents to teach the dog proper manners and that the parents should be there with the kids and the dogs at all times so that they can control any situation that could happen. I loved it,finally someone saying it's up to the parents to ensure their kids safety and that they shouldn't leave the dog alone with the kids.
    Like this is new information?

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    I have never seen where he is cruel , the dogs he takes to "boot camp" at his place seem to transform into happy, thriving dogs who act no different from my own dogs. Yes the initial working with the dog he does is a little.... Iffy, but the dogs day to day life with him seems to me like they are happy & fulfilled.

    I don't hate the guy, like many trainers I don't Gree with everything he says & does (like holding onto the dominance thing just for publicity sake I think) but I dot understand why do much hatred surrounds him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogdragoness View Post
    I have never seen where he is cruel , the dogs he takes to "boot camp" at his place seem to transform into happy, thriving dogs who act no different from my own dogs. Yes the initial working with the dog he does is a little.... Iffy, but the dogs day to day life with him seems to me like they are happy & fulfilled.
    It often times doesn't last because he hasn't really done anything.

    I don't hate the guy, like many trainers I don't Gree with everything he says & does (like holding onto the dominance thing just for publicity sake I think) but I dot understand why do much hatred surrounds him.
    I've watched him kick, hit, strangle dogs, pick up a dog by the halter and fling him through the air onto the ground. Today, I watched him show someone the proper way to correct using a prong collar- by jerking hard on the collar being worn by a dog doing absolutely nothing. That dog got corrected repeatedly while sitting nicely as he was told. Just awesome.

    Once, he went to the house of a woman in a wheelchair who owned a white GSD. The dog had the worst temperament i've ever seen- a neurotic fear biter who was afraid of everything. CM's solution? Slap a vest on the dog and call it her service dog. That's right, he had her bringing a fear biting dog she couldn't control into public as a service dog. That's not just insane, that's willfully putting every single person she brought the dog near at risk.

    At the end of the episode, the dog literally ripped the pants off of an 11 year old boy. Cesar Milan is a fraud who abuses dogs and puts people at risk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogdragoness View Post
    I have never seen where he is cruel , the dogs he takes to "boot camp" at his place seem to transform into happy, thriving dogs who act no different from my own dogs. Yes the initial working with the dog he does is a little.... Iffy, but the dogs day to day life with him seems to me like they are happy & fulfilled.
    Perhaps you should google the video of Shadow, whom he kicks until the dog aggresses him, then strings the dog up until he is "calm" (read, blue tongue and semi-conscious). Or the one where he has the shock collar on the German Shepherd (but never mentions that he is using it or how he is using it to terrify the dog of a cat.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pawzk9 View Post
    Perhaps you should google the video of Shadow, whom he kicks until the dog aggresses him, then strings the dog up until he is "calm" (read, blue tongue and semi-conscious). Or the one where he has the shock collar on the German Shepherd (but never mentions that he is using it or how he is using it to terrify the dog of a cat.)
    But in all fairness, those are from earlier eps, in more recent ones he seems to have attempted to change his ways.

    Just saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogdragoness View Post
    But in all fairness, those are from earlier eps, in more recent ones he seems to have attempted to change his ways.

    Just saying.
    Oh, like demonstrating how to correct with a prong when the dog is not doing anything worth correcting? The thing is, he may be getting more subtle about how he annoys dogs, but he still sets them up for failure so he can perform a miraculous but possibly short-acting cure. If he really is trying to clean up his act, he has such a long way to go before becoming an expert in training, I can't see why anyone would want to learn from him. I know he has reached out to more positive motivation based trainers like Ian Dunbar who has some hilarious Cesar stories.

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    Another interesting/entertaining Cesar thread lol. These always turn out well.

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    Re: YAY for Ceasar...I loved it

    I don't mean to be rude to anyone, but think about it...no trainer is perfect. I've seen a few eps of where you see Ceaser nudge a dog in the belly but I look at it as the same way an adult dog would tell off/put another dog in its place. Personally *Bracing for bashing atm* I agree with Brad Pattisons ways, minus minor outbreaks of fustration but overall...im going to go hide in a corner now.

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    I watched Brad Pattison slap a dog very hard in the face for just sitting there minding its own business... somebody caught it on tape and shared it on youtube. I'm unable to have any respect for someone who does that to a dog... especially when it's done nothing to warrant it.

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    Re: YAY for Ceasar...I loved it

    Brad Pittison makes Cesar M look like Ian Dunbar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trainingjunkie View Post
    Brad Pittison makes Cesar M look like Ian Dunbar.
    I also saw the BP video and did not have a clue as to why the slap to head was done. For sure the dog also did not have a clue as to why he/she was being slapped.
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    Sorry but I hate the guy, now he IS cruel, I have read that he doesn't even like dogs . At least CM loves or at the very least has an affinity for our canine partners. not everything he does is ok or right IMO but I believe that judging him by his earlier eps (2006-2009 when he started to change.) besides have you seen his new place in the mountains? wow O_O I have to say.

    I won't argue that he is arrogant but hell, he sees more money in a week when we'll ever see in a yrs pay, if that was me id be arrogant too LMBO.

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    I totally understand your opinions I know Brad personally and he has gotten so much better with dogs ( and people! ) he honestly does love them.

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    BP is a joke and sues people to threaten and intimate them for speaking ill of his "training" methods. I wouldn't let that guy lay one finger on one of my dog's leads, much less attempt to work with them. I've managed to train my dogs just fine without slapping, choking, or kicking any of them.

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