claims and evidence in dog training

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claims and evidence in dog training

Explanation firstly:

If one is claiming something that is extraordinary and you wish to be taken seriously ,firstly one has to come up with the evidence themselves to backup their own claims. Its not enough that other people have to try to disprove it. You can never prove something isn’t true as that’s trying to prove a negative. So one has to come up with the evidence themselves and because the claims are so strong the evidence has to be just as strong.

So how do we get around this?

Well the best way is to not make claims .But if one doesn’t make claims how will anybody know what they can do. Exactly my point.

I make claims. …. Scattered throughout my website I make claims.    Claims that state

Your dog will be trained to a certain level in a certain time for a certain price.

I claim that I will never refuse any dog

I claim that I will train any dog

I claim that our methods produce reliable, consistent and predictable results.

Yet not many other trainers will .Why .. because Extraordinary Claims Demand Extraordinary Evidence. All claims i make i can prove .I prove them by taking any dog regardless of demeanor or character and train it to become an obedient ,trustworthy canine companion.

Others on the other hand will by pass the claims and  tell you ,how much fun you will have and lightly brush on outcomes for the dog. No evidence …therefore no claims

I believe the greatest proof one can have is in the dogs trained.

There is no point except for fooling people to claim that having a great time with your dog, treating it like a “fur baby”,continuously changing its environment to suit it  and  keeping it in such a food driven state of arousal, to state that your dogs problems will be solved.

The truth is it doesn’t work that way and yes science proves it doesn’t work yet because of their agenda the new so called force free trainers will have you believe it does

So by all means read and look at you tube videos but remember you will not see many if any videos of a force free trained dog at its completion being obedient.

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