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Old 08-04-2012, 11:39 AM
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I wont read it, (but thanks for sharing it), he has nothing to say or do that I am interested in or want to learn (unless it is how to not doing something). He makes me want to throw things at the t.v when the show comes on, I hear the music for it and turn it off.
Good thing is, he has recently been dropped from a Ottawa Pet Expo, too many ppl contacted the organizers and stating that they refused to support the Expo if he was there including a lot of vendors and trainers. Ottawa dog people rock!! (no I am not from Ottawa .
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Old 08-04-2012, 12:36 PM
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Haven't read through the entire thing, didn't want to actually, but just for curiosity sake, then I hit this:
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A dog and a chicken are 2 completely different species. One is a pack animal and the other one isn***8217;t.
Sofa king WRONG!!!!! Chickens are FLOCK animal, essentially, the same dam thing! Shows how knowledgeable he really is. I don't care if you don't like chickens, I don't much like cows, but if you're going to make an argument on a topic to try an relate it to yours, GET YOUR FACTS RIGHT!

And I know this, because I'm a chicken owner, the owner of a very substantial flock, too much at times (I'm drowning in eggs!). The chickens prefer to "flock together", not all of them get along sure, and because of that we'll never have Wyandotes again, I didn't name her Meanie for nothing. But chickens prefer to belong to a flock, ever seen a flock of wild Turkeys? Yes, hens separate during chick season, but they all regroup after.
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Old 08-04-2012, 12:48 PM
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Well, as for factual accuracy regarding chickens vs dogs, I might start with the fact that dogs are not pack animals, lol.
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Old 08-04-2012, 12:55 PM
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Well, as for factual accuracy regarding chickens vs dogs, I might start with the fact that dogs are not pack animals, lol.
lol, I love that one too.

But oh my, this guy can't even give a good, strait answer when asked about "BSL"

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PL: What is the body language of a fearful dog?

BP: That is impossible for me to answer, every dog will be different.
Just, wow, I can't believe this wack job is legally allowed to be around dogs! Let alone, "training" them.
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Old 08-04-2012, 01:16 PM
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lol, I love that one too.
I know, so in summary, Brad Pattinson, you've managed to make ignorant assumptions about two species.
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Old 08-04-2012, 01:32 PM
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I have no idea how ANYONE likes this guy.

At least with Cesar, he's personable and nice to people, and regardless if some people do not like him or his methods, at least he's not out right.... stupid. He seems to actually respect and LIKE dogs. This Brad guy just doesn't even seem like he likes dogs. Or people. Or anything.

I'd love to hear what Victoria Stillwell thinks about him liking HER hahah.
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Old 08-04-2012, 01:39 PM
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I have no idea how ANYONE likes this guy.

At least with Cesar, he's personable and nice to people, and regardless if some people do not like him or his methods, at least he's not out right.... stupid. He seems to actually respect and LIKE dogs. This Brad guy just doesn't even seem like he likes dogs. Or people. Or anything.

I'd love to hear what Victoria Stillwell thinks about him liking HER hahah.
I know, I'm not a fan of his methods at all, but I admit CM's show is a guilty pleasure I watch because I do like his mannerism and how good he is with people, and he does love dogs, and to tell the truth I have not been allowed to watch VS show at all since the, 2nd or 3rd season? because my family HATES the "tone" of it, and really I don't like it either, drama, yelling, family feuds, that music, I really wish she could be contracted to do a show more like Good dog-U was, I think it would be better off and I'd more readily watch it.
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Old 08-04-2012, 01:57 PM
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I wont read it, (but thanks for sharing it), he has nothing to say or do that I am interested in or want to learn (unless it is how to not doing something). He makes me want to throw things at the t.v when the show comes on, I hear the music for it and turn it off.
Good thing is, he has recently been dropped from a Ottawa Pet Expo, too many ppl contacted the organizers and stating that they refused to support the Expo if he was there including a lot of vendors and trainers. Ottawa dog people rock!! (no I am not from Ottawa .
Well d'uh.

Really though, there's bigger issues with the expo than if he had been there.
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Old 08-04-2012, 02:52 PM
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there maybe issues but at least that is one venue that he wont be spouting his ill informed, uneducated, inhumane opinions and methods
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PL: Can you define some of the basic learning theory constructs in dog training:

-Define extinction and it***8217;s use in dog training
-Define Premack Principle and its use in dog training
-Define the difference between a primary and a secondary reinforcer and comment on their relative use in dog training

BP: The Theories are simple. They come from dog to dog relationships and interactions. They come from understanding and paying attention to what their rules are. Not what we perceive to be the proper rules. That shows how they learn! It is fulfilling their needs and being diligent and responding to those needs. If your dog needs to be interrupted, you better do it! Pretty simple!
So in other words... no, he can't define them.
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