That Dog Training represents an intervention
That a dog's decision making process is influenced at the Social Relational Level
That behavior issues represent that a relational misalignment is currently in progress
That there really isn't more than one way to train a dog but rather than only APPEARS to be.
That the relational motives which underpin response must be assessed to determine if meaningful influence is taking hold between dog and owner
That learning theory shifts the focus away from the owner as the agent of change and onto the dog. This fails to engage the dog The level of risk
That counter conditioning follows the same scripting issue via response and the relational motives in play. does not always represent meaningful / relational change even while you have a different association and interaction.
That I will be able to establish / qualify the type.
That dog behaviorists reject the
That dog behaviorists fail to qualify response based on their tenant . They are failing to qualify the motives
That dog behaviorists are misrepresenting the dominance issue to the public
That physical force is defined at the social relational level.
That this response disconnect issue is more
That dog owners seeking help are more apt to accept blame based on coming into agreement with this ideology
That behaviorists are blaming many dogs for behavior issues which could be otherwise resolved. This failure is due to how learning theory is being employed by many behaviorists and trainers.