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Old 06-21-2012, 12:27 PM
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Default The Cesar Experience

As told by someone who actually used him.

http://www.thecrossovertrainer.com/o...dog-whisperer/

I'd quote it here but it won't fit. It's a good read though.
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Old 06-21-2012, 12:40 PM
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I hope more and more of these stories start coming to light as people see the negative side effects of his work.
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I wonder what sort of waivers he has people sign, does anyone know?
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Old 06-21-2012, 02:04 PM
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probably the same sort of waivers you sign for any dog training class or boarding facility and what exactly does she say here? She bought a puppy and blames it's seperation anxiety, noise phobia's and anxiousness on Cesar. Could have been, or it could be her puppy just grew into a dog that didn't like other dogs, had a poor temperament and was anxious. puppies all over the world turn from cute cuddly bundles of love into fearful bundles of nerves that hate other dogs, don't like other people, shake at thunder, hate fireworks, can't stand anything but silence and get separation anxiety and they've never even heard of this guy named Cesar Millan. But everyone needs someone to blame i guess.
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Excellent, thanks for sharing.
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Old 06-21-2012, 02:35 PM
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I dunno, I'm no fan of Cesar's but all the stuff she blames on him seems like stuff that was just beginning to come out as the dog matured. I don't think it's a coincidence that it all happened around 6 months. *shrug* And I really don't see how he made the dog thunderphobic, LOL. That's a big stretch to me.

I'm glad she knows better now and I'm sorry she had a bad experience.
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I dunno, I'm no fan of Cesar's but all the stuff she blames on him seems like stuff that was just beginning to come out as the dog matured. I don't think it's a coincidence that it all happened around 6 months. *shrug* And I really don't see how he made the dog thunderphobic, LOL. That's a big stretch to me.

I'm glad she knows better now and I'm sorry she had a bad experience.
I totally agree, but she said it happened to her dachshunds too? And that they were 2-3 at the time?
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Old 06-21-2012, 02:39 PM
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I dunno, I just wouldn't hire a trainer like Cesar...too young heeheehee...really, I feel better with somebody far older, decades of experience, that's jus me
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I totally agree, but she said it happened to her dachshunds too? And that they were 2-3 at the time?
Not that I saw... in fact all I read was that only Fila stayed for boarding.

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On one of my trips overseas, I called the “psychology center” to board my dog there for 15 days. Because of his breed, it was nearly impossible to board him anywhere else. He was accepted there.
She did say her other dogs became more dog reactive after her initial consult with Cesar, which I totally buy.

I also kinda have to question somebody who picks up a 6 month old Fila from 15 days boarding and says, "OMG he was weirdly attached to me and didn't want to be away from me!" lol, no really? Not that I think she's lying, just that maybe she's not the most educated or aware.
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Not that I saw... in fact all I read was that only Fila stayed for boarding.
Ahh, yes. I meant that her other dogs became reactive when she implemented the techniques Cesar showed her.
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