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Instead, he argues that biting is something natural and normal behavior of a dog. Basically, the information in here takes a lot of the frustration and stress out of training by making the dog’s behaviors explicable and thus mutable. I’m sure that was necessary when this came out inbut I don’t think it is in this edition. Had the place been cklturas, the owner and dog would have greeted one another without incident. Jean makes it clear th Really enjoyed this book.

That can be highly annoying when you read about teaching sit even in summary form three times or more. May 16, Jasmin rated it really liked it Shelves: This should be required readi This was my second time reading this book, with about 15 years in between.

I read and re-read it all the time. The book drips in hatred for the mistakes made by average dog owners. View all 3 comments. Contact our Customer Service on: Then write your opinion of the product.

The Culture Clash

This should be required reading for anyone who brings a dog into their life. There’s our pull quote for the cover of the next edition.

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Kns Ediciones Language: The author is apparently so fed up with owners who don’t have a clue that she rarely holds back any opportunity to disparage any and all owners. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Dw someone in that phase of life picked up this book, Donaldson’s tone and language against them might make the person put down the book though it is true that naive, uneducated dog owners do cause a lot of problems for dogs and the community.


Oct 12, Linda rated it liked it. Your request has been submitted successfully We have sent you an email.

Most of the training comments are directed towards small puppies. I am interested in learning about clicker training, and the first several chapters are jfan behavioral problems with solutions like “play with your dog” and “let them chew things”. Please try again later. And I found a couple of huge mistakes.

Worst of all, you like them. I do appreciate someone who speaks bluntly and honestly rather than dancing around strong opinions, but I can see some readers being turned off by this. Still, the information xhoque good for both beginners and people who have read a mountain of books. She does use college-level words and her advice is mixed in everywhere, so you have to read her wisdom while getting bits of training tips here and there.

Jul 01, Marissa rated it really liked it. But this book takes a lot of work to get the marrow from the bone. As I try to prepare my foster dogs and puppies for their future family, I’ll work harder at socialization and make sure they get more of it. Aug 25, Charlotte Wagner rated it really liked it Shelves: Jan 07, Kate Baldwin rated it it was amazing. These are all considered behavior problems by the Gorns. Also, chapter 4 starts with a really interesting and instructional story about an imaginary world where humans are kept as companion animals to a higher species who are as clueless about us as we donakdson about dogs.

Also, if you want information on a specific topic, you often have to look in several different places. The dwelling you share with your Gorn family is filled with water-filled porcelain bowls. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. It’s all chew toys to them As someone with a degree in psychology and an interest in animal behavior, I would highly recommend this book to all dog owners.


The reasons why dogs should be trained a certain way is explained, as well as rationals given for doggie behavior that many of us jdan find disagreeable. This vitriolic book is hard to read. I recommend this for anyone who wants to get great results training their dog.


Sadly true that socialization of a puppy between months of age sets the stage for a mentally healthy and socially adept dog. They are legitimate criticisms. Really enjoyed this book.

Before reading “The Culture Clash”, I was missing information, like not fully understanding why my dog does certain behaviours and what my dogs needs to succeed as a confident and obedient dog. I also loved her approach of normalizing normal dog behav This was a good book.

I personally find her derision amusing rather than insulting, but I concede that the tone isn’t for everyone. Jun 25, Mary Nelsen rated it it was amazing. It is extremely frustrating to see owners punish their dogs for behaviors only humans would see as rude, inconsistent reinforcement of behavior, and insistence to donalcson “bad” behaviors that could be corrected so that both dog and human could coexist more peacefully.