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Be the Pack Leader by Cesar Millan
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Nov 23, 2011

really liked it
Read from November 20 to 21, 2011

I found this by accident and wound up reading the whole thing in a couple of days, as did my good lady. We both agree that the philosophy makes a lot of sense and we are going to apply it with our 14-month-old Bassett hound (Clover) and the Akita pup that's waiting for us. It was quite eye-opening to discover how wrong we were going about things with Clover. She has always been difficult to walk, partly because of her wanting to sniff everything. Now I have an idea how to fix that.

I've learned that the first thing to do is to try and get rid of my own negative energy. I know a bit about that from my 12 step programme, but I think Cesar's way will help me to put it into practice in all my affairs. It all makes so much sense.

As I was reading the book, I was thinking that yes, its all very good, but I'll get home from holidays and the dog will still be on the sofa. The one thing this book is not is an instruction manual. As I'm reading another of his books [How to Raise the Perfect Dog: through Puppyhood and Beyond], I'm learning more and more that it's about energy and animals. If I can get myself balanced and keep in mind that dogs are animals, should be at the right place to start.

So, from first day back from holidays, I'm setting the alarm for an hour earlier for walking the dogs. It should be a good time for me to centre myself too.
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Katie Perhaps you'd have less "negative energy" if you weren't stressing out over the fact that- horror of horrors- a HOUND likes to sniff everything?


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