Event Processing Thinking: 1/10/10

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First, I buy into the observation. Among the next frontiers is to exceed predictive from BI point of view, as well as reactive from event-processing perspective. I prefer the term proactive then anticipation to what Richard has defined rather. Proactive might be observed as advancement both of BI and of event control.

When he was youthful, I was a bit more rigid with leash training and placed him in a heel position more often. However, he enjoys his walks much more now and will not act any worse than after I exerted higher control. Which walk technique is most effective depends upon our character, our dog’s temperament, the environment, and exactly how much time we have to spend on the walk.

We can cover a lot more ground and thus expend more of our dog’s energy in a short time if we walk in a quick heel. However, it might not be as interesting or stimulating for our dog. Once your dog learns to walk without pulling, consider rewarding him by letting him walk on a loose leash more often.

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We can always get back to a more managed to walk if he starts acting out. 4. Are Cesar Millan’s methods needed for aggressive canines? Cesar Millan’s aversive methods are essential for aggressive canines that are about to be destroyed. Some people point out that aversive dog training is essential for the real problem dogs.

Some dogs, they argue, may not respond to reward dog training because it is soft and might not get the message through too. Furthermore, if your dog is about to be destroyed, it might be easier to use aversive solutions to improve his behavior rather than let him be ruined quickly.

Cesar Millan must often offer with owners who are going to give up their dog, and/or cannot spend enough time in fixing all their dog’s issues. Furthermore, owners might not be able to afford a specialist trainer for extended periods of time which may be needed for reward methods.

Aversive methods, they say, may cause some irritation; but certain lessons must be learned for the basic safety of the dog. For example, no running in front of a car, no biting on strangers. Being significantly hurt from a vehicle accident or pressured euthanasia for aggression is worse than any aversive method.