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Sadly, many of the abusive training methods she argues against ear pinching, choke collars, and shock collars can still be found in dog training schools today – also, many owners still believe in the Walt Disney dog; intelligent, moral, capable of revenge and planning, a pro Although Culture Crash was originally published in the ideas in it 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.

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Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. It’s what makes it possible to train them in the first place: The reasons why dogs should be trained a certain way is explained, as well as rationals given for doggie behavior that many of us might find disagreeable.

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The Culture Clash

Donaldson showed that the widespread and erroneous anthropomorphic conception about the dogs and their behavior choque de culturas jean donaldson not culyuras to an exaggeration on the canine intelligence: During this re-read to get some ideas for a new rescue dog with a lot of fears and baggage I particularly liked the section on rehab of fearful and aggressive dogs and the bite threshold donaldsoj Donaldson diagrams.

However, I will say that this book is a wonderful resource for dog owners. Dogs are so good at discriminating, at figuring out what is different this time, that they don’t necessarily generalize what they’ve learned to new locations. I found this to be a turn-off, especially since I once was one of those naive, uneducated dog owners. So Jean was last and what she did was put a pile of ds on the ground about 15 feet away. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.


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Oct 13, Lisa rated it liked it. The basic premise is to stop anthropomorphizing dogs; don’t believe the Disney fantasy of dogs who think like us and live to serve us. Jean makes it clear that dogs are motivated by making nicer, better things happen for themselves, more often.

I find it frustrating that there isn’t even mention of that, but on the contrary, NRMs are used in many chapters.

I learned so much more the second time, as a more experienced dog owner. It’s not an in-depth technical manual on operant conditioning, but it does give a general overview of how an animal learns.


If you apologize they punish you again. I am interested in learning about clicker training, and the first several chapters are all behavioral problems with solutions like “play with your dog” and “let them chew things”.

Books by Jean Donaldson. Every person with culhuras dog in the family should read it. Oct 30, Grace rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Then write your opinion of the product.

Take him to the park and try to get him to do it and he looks at you like you’ve got nine heads.

The Culture Clash by Jean Donaldson

But I can’t give it 5 stars because the audience is limited to people who are already sold on force free training and it gave the impression of talking down to people who are either on the fence or had used other training tactics before.

The bit where humans are pets of a super advanced alien race the Gorn is enlightening and funny. There’s our pull quote for the cover of the next edition.

However, the app is designed proxim el choque de culturas jean donaldson xp driver that will run your the hot-key combo. Each of the trainers went up there and the police guy was jerking the poor dog around, the guide dog lady said that first she had to “bond” with the dog and sat there petting it for 5 minutes, but no one could get the dog to walk properly on the leash!


This was a good book. I had a hard time deciding how many stars to give this book. That doesn’t have anything specifically to do with the book, but it’s just an example of her understanding of how a dog’s mind works. Write a customer review. One day, you see a Gorn approaching with the training collar in hand. The book drips in hatred for the mistake This book is probably one of the best dog training books out there.

That boxer had no idea the owner was upset about the mess he’d made. But I know too many knucklehead humans who have great mutual rapport with their dogs to despair. Because of this, I can’t imagine training dogs in any other way besides positive reinforcement; positive reinforcement just makes so much sense.

Explore the Home Gift Guide. 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.


Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. East Dane Designer Men’s Choqje. It’s all chew toys to them Really enjoyed this book. I disabled my Ad-blocker. The author explains it in simple, scientific terms. Humans are everywhere in small cages. Her ideas for approaching specific training and behavior problems are usually pretty thinly described.

The realities of dog behavior and learning that Donaldson outlines are essential and groundbreaking for the way people understand and work with dogs. They are legitimate criticisms. Would recommend this overall, she sonaldson some excellent comments and good training information.