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Kathy Sdao formerly worked for Navy training dolphins in Hawaii; currently a dog trainer; stress important points w/ animal training are to notice good behaviors & see what your dog is actually doing
Henry Ford "whether you think you can or think you can't, you're right"
Ian Dunbar developed 'growl class' for dogs who are 'dog-reactive'; emphasizes owners to socialize puppies when they are very young
Suzanne Clothier says that owners make mistake of controlling their dog's body instead of the dog's mind; owners have unrealistic expectations of what their dogs should do and how their dogs should behave
Dr. Petra Mertens emphasized two regions involved in dog mentality which are: amygdala(automatic, emotional, quick reactions) and ventral medial prefrontal cortex(controlled, logical, and empathetic); talks about 3 M's(Medication, Modification, Management)
Cesar Millan respecting existing hierarchy will not give lower ranking animals opportunity or disadvantage of moving up in the pack
Grey Stafford emphasizes co-operation; dominance hierarchy is fluid, change is always possible; teach alpha individuals to tolerate more submissive ones; treats animals from bottom of order to the top to build confidence in lower individuals
Susan Garrett 'Say Yes to Dog Training'; is currently a positive trainer through the use of clickers
Ray Coppinger DOGS: A Startling New Understanding of Canine Origin, Behavior, and Evolution
Patricia Mcconnell "Theory of Mind"
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