Tag Archives: aversive

Dogs: the Art of Intelligent Punishment

A rational look at punishment in dog training By Laure-Anne Visele, Nov 2012. The issue of punishment is one of the stickiest issues in the dog world. There are two extremes, and a flurry in the middle: Team right: extremely compulsion-based trainers: You get bonus points for hanging your dog up when he does not sit […]

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Dogs: my philosophical position

Canis bonus position statement on currently debated dog issues. By Laure-Anne Viselé, July 2010 Below, you’ll find my position on many of the disputed issues in the dog world. Do suggest more if you think of them. Vote on the Canis bonus ‘hot dog’ poll You can let your opinion on these issues be heard […]

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