Expert reports

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Here you find a mixture of scientists reports and inputs from dog trainers written for a general public.


informative page written by a lot of scientists

http://beyondcesarmillan.weebly.com

similar page - Expert statements about aversive training

www.urbandawgs.com/divided_profession.html



Welfare in dog training

www.dogwelfarecampaign.org



Position paper about the „pack leader“ theory and punishment from the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior:

https://avsab.org/resources/position-statements/



Position Statement of The Pet Professional Guild:

www.petprofessionalguild.com/Realitydogtrainingpositionstatement



Blog of Marc Bekoff Ph.D. (Professor Emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Colorado, Boulder):

www.psychologytoday.com/blog/animal-emotions/201204/did-cesar-millan-have-hang-the-husky


Review of Andrew Luescher DVM, Ph.D, DACVB submitted to National Geographic:

www.animalbehavior.net/Visitors/CesarMillan_Luescher.htm


The Problem of citronella/water collars "get out of my face"

www.animal-learn.de/tipps-rund-um-den-hund/81-tipps/121-spruehhalsbaender-engl.html







A very good movie from Dr. Sophia Yin about canine science - modern dog training and its scientific fundament.


A lot of well known scientists talk about the danger of dominance based, aversive dog training


Over 370 dog trainers in the whole world joined the - "I don't need to be a packleader" - oder "Ich muss kein Rudelführer sein" project


Dr. David Mech, a famous scientist observing wolves over decades, talks about the misconception of the "Alpha" Wolf


A very good documentary series about how solving severe behavioral problems nonaversive is called: "Dogs - their secret lives".


Victoria Stillwell about positive reinforcement training