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Vídeo: Cesar Millan\'s Dangerous Collar


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*I do not read or reply to emails trying to justify Cesar Millan\'s animal abuse. He bullies dogs into a state of learned helplessness. That\'s all he does.*

Learned helplessness:
Dog body language (to see how much of what Millan says is complete nonsense):

An educational and informative website dedicated to warning of the very real and proven dangers of choke collars:

This is a wildly stupid & dangerous collar. Besides bruising the throat, it can also break the delicate hyoid bone at the base of the throat, right where this collar is designed to exert pressure. Here\'s a thought, why not actually teach leash manners rather than depend on a crutch to get your dog to stop pulling? Dog pulls, you stop the walk until the pulling stops, at which point the walk continues. Dog learns pulling gets him no where and no pulling continues the walk. No corrections needed.

If the dog is reactive to other dogs, people, and other animals, etc., you walk the dog AWAY from what he is reacting to and you praise him for non-reactive behavior. Praising non-reactive behavior gives him a reason to stop reacting, all of his own choosing, not because he fears harsh punishment. The behavior becomes self reinforcing and the dog wants to work with you, not against you. Very reactive or fearful dogs benefit from a method called BAT (Behavior Adjustment Training). You can find more info and a trainer at

If you have a dog that is too strong for you to handle unaided, there are head collars and harnesses, such as front attach harnesses that turn the dog to the side when he pulls, therefor allowing you to manage his strength WHILE teaching leash manners. Training aids such as these head collars and harnesses HELP you manage strength WHILE training, they are not a substitute to be used INSTEAD of training.

Leash manners can start at home where there are few distractions and your dog can focus on learning instead of the excitements he\'d encounter on a walk. Then you can build up to a real walk when his ability to focus on you during distractions improves. Voice commands also play an important part in training a dog how to walk on a leash.

Captions found in the video are as follows:
\"This choking feature of this collar is designed to exert force directly where the delicate hyoid bone is located, in the weakest part of the neck, chancing a broken hyoid bone. Strangulation and a broken hyoid bone makes for a pleasant, joyful walk?\"

\"There is no \"calm, submissive\". The dominance theory has been repeatedly debunked by up to date, proven behavioral science. Millan does no research. He makes it up as he goes along. He freely admits it in other videos and interviews.\"

\"If you think tail wagging always means a dog is happy, then guess again.\"

\"Dog is showing clear stress signals. Ears back, squinted eyes, heavy panting. This licking is an appeasement behavior, not affection.\"

\"How is this dog calm when he is showing clear stress signals that Millan is ignoring or doesn\'t know how to interpret? \"

\"And also blocks the dog\'s airway if the dog pulls hard enough.\"

\"Redirecting doesn\'t have to be done with harsh, confrontational methods like jerking on your dog\'s leash, however, this is the method that Millan PREFERS.\"

\"IF you know how to properly leash train a dog, then you don\'t need to resort to choke collars and yanking on their leash.\"

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