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2 comments on “Disclaimer
  1. Dylan says:


    I love your blog!

    I am writing because I am putting together a presentation on contemporary canine training theory and I recently read Dr. Cattet’s article “My journey towards becoming a dog trainer & behaviorist…” and saw that she practiced what most would consider a form of dominance theory training. My question is: where did this type of training originate? I’ve ad that it was popularized by the Monks of New Skete, but it seems to have older roots.

    I also know of the study done by Dr. Frank Beach, who studied a small group of captive wolves, but again, this study seemed to confirm older practices rather than find new ones.

    Any help you can give is greatly appreciated.


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