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  1. Cesar's show is entertainment and good story-telling. Apparently, that's what most people want when they get a dog, so it makes sense that it's so popular. It's just too bad their disclaimer is not as convincing as the show.

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  2. Why is your name not on here?

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  3. couldn't agree more caine, keep up the good work brother we all really appreciate the time and work your putting into these informational videos.

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  4. Peter… I know you said we have to learn dog training for someone and its really hard to know where to start. Im owning my first dog ever, im 28 and live in Brazil, and here is like USA 15 years backwards so now everyone talks about positive training , and food, and that is science based… omg WE ARE LOST. I think its a lost cause. We Need a brazilian Peter Caine . Or at least more translated information … so sad

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  5. In my opinion if my dog can not eat what I am eating then I should not be eating it at all.

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  6. And these positive trainers that win blue ribbons are giving dogs treats in shows.

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  7. I went to ABC. And while they are 100% purely positive in their education, what I found effective more than the positive rewards is actually hand signals and body language. That being said, I've trained every one of my dogs and my clients dogs with a balanced curriculum. Negative reinforcement is imperative to training dogs. Using real-world rewards – praise, especially – is much more effective than food. Telling them no is imperative.

    I DO NOT agree however, with positive punishment. Pain only teaches fear.

    Zack George is definitely a hack and only in it for the money.

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  8. Claims science based training but apparently:
    – doesn't know what positive and negative mean in the context of operant conditioning
    – isn't aware that 'No' is indeed used in positive reinforcement only training, but as a "No Reward Marker"
    – doesn't know about reinforcement schedules or shaping
    – doesn't know the difference between rewarding and bribing
    – advocates discredited ideas about dominance

    The reason for "positive reinforcement only" training is that most people cannot correctly use punishment techniques. They don't have the right timing or the self-control to apply punishment techniques consistently, especially under stress/frustration. R+ is absolutely limited, but for people without a solid background in dog training, it has less chance to backfire. I work in Australia and the vast majority of my clients' dogs have issues because of incorrectly applied punishment techniques. For 90% of those clients, R+ methods work because they give the dog a strategy to get what it wants instead of the problem behaviour that it has been using. The problem with just "no" is that it gives the dog no clear direction of what it is actually supposed to do instead, leading to confusion, anxiety, and in the worst cases, learned helplessness, especially when that "no" is given at the wrong time, which it almost always is. It's not that R+ is a complete or superior system, it's just that in most cases it is more reliable and less likely to do actual harm in the hands of an unskilled trainer. I recommend it to most clients for the very same reason I don't use choke chains and the like – I can use them properly, but that doesn't mean others who see me use them and think that's a tacit endorsement can.

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  9. I agree with the fact that we should not use treats or food to train dogs. It is not natural and it's a sign that dog owners have no idea of how to connect with their dog's. I have had so much challenge getting dog owners understand these facts. It's a great marketing scam from the dog food and treat manufacturing companies. Dog owners or even non-dog owners have been brain washed. The first thing that they think of when it comes to dog training, is treats or food. It's like they can't do anything without treats and even when using the treats they are clueless and act like robots and don't get results. Yet, dog trainers who use treats to train dogs, are unable to train dogs too. What is the difference between a dog trainer who uses treats or a dog owners who uses treats? They are in the same boat and are getting nowhere. People need to remember that dogs are social animals, have been designed and bred for humans, by humans. They need to to make social and emotional connections with their dog's. I don't suggest using force or domination either. It is not necessary.

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  10. Thanks for speaking the truth

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  11. Thank you for making these videos Peter. Ignore all the mindless haters.

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  12. "Pawsativly Pawesome" lol

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  13. I think it not that you can't say NO to your dog… is that, even when talking to another person, is hard to get a clue about what you're saying NO to. I think it works so much better when you say what you want and not what you don't want….

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  14. We should collaborate sometime!! I am on the same page as you!!!

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  15. I love ceaser

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  16. I personally dont believe in just positive dog training. Need a balance of training especially with working breeds. I plan on uploading my 1st training video just to show my first puppys progress. I appreciate you teaching behavior training i learned a lot. Im not a trainer by any means but "just want to show her progress" thats all. I reward her with treats tug toys and excitement vocalisation

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  17. i came hear for the big foot but i stayed for the dog training!

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  18. Dr Dale Hubbard clicks and feeds treat constantly he wear 3 bags of feed on his hips .i lol at him

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  19. 🤩😀I agree with your point of view. I think your video sends a important message.
    I just think that your video needs some structure so it don’t become a ranting video and become a informative video instead. And link to the trainers that you recommend people to follow and listen to. So 1 half of the video could contain a structured part of what you ar warning people against. And the other half you wheel people in with how it should be done so you don’t leave people hanging with your epic ending about what your hair looks like 🤣

    Kind regards Klaus

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  20. It's also not good to b shocking ur dog with the shocking collars I mean spray the dog with water as bad reinforcement

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  21. I bought a puppy after my 13yo stafford past away so i started to research for some training videos to refresh my knowledge and start to work with the puppy. The first guy i came across is that Zak George geek and i almost puked when i saw how omega-ish he behaves around dogs. Petar Caine knows what he's doing and i'm amazed that this channel doesn't have more subscribers. I guess people these days need everything polished with sugar on top.

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  22. Last night I watch one of your videos for the first time. It was the one about stop nipping and bitting while playing. He is six months old and I thought that he will stop after getting his adult teeth, but he didn't. I did exactly what you said and he already stop. He is a beautiful bundle of cotton hair and very playful, super sweet the only problem was when he was playing he used to bite you in a playful way, but that was a big NO. Super happy now. Thank you for being so honest.

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