Why do dog trainers hate retractable leashes? – Pet Business Ideas In India

Why do dog trainers hate retractable leashes? – Pet Business Ideas In India

Here are some reasons. #caring — Ben Burt (@BBDot) November 25, 2014

Why Do Dog Trainers Hate retractable Leashes? #caring— Ben Burt (@BBDot) November 25, 2014

Why do dog trainers hate retractable leashes?

#caring— Ben Burt (@BBDot) November 25, 2014

A few weeks ago I saw Ben Burt, the owner of The Dog Whisperer blog, doing what he does best: teaching people how to have amazing, wonderful dogs without “the leash.”

Burt (or the “Dog Whisperer” name) shares anecdotes about dogs he has had, and how he has been able to teach them to love and communicate with their owners for a long time without the need for a leash.

One of the main reasons I liked Ben Burt’s writing is that he takes pride in not using stereotypes of every breed. His posts usually include information specific to each breed, or information about behavior in each breed. For example:

What makes a Great Dane a Great Dane is not what it looks like. What it is is its love of the field, its incredible ability to get along with others of its breed, and its ability to learn how to navigate it’s environment. #caring— Ben Burt (@BBDot) November 25, 2014

A few months ago, I visited a shelter, Doggy Paradise, run by Karen and David, that houses two dogs who had been in a shelter their whole lives. I was interested in seeing what I could do to help them.

The shelter was not a good fit for the Great Dane I had at home – he had not been trained to be with people, and therefore was unaccustomed to the people he interacted with, which included his owners and even strangers.

The shelter had been in a place called Catatonia, a large abandoned city with a good deal of homeless people. Catatonia was a large city that had been decimated by natural disasters.

In Catatonia all of the homeless people, and the dogs they petted, were sent to the shelter. The shelter and shelter workers were not trained to care for homeless animals. They did not have the necessary resources to care for dogs who had never seen a human other than a family member or pet before.

There was also no one training or supervising the animals who interacted with these homeless people.

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