Agility for special needs dogs? Absolutely!
People ask me all the time if special needs dogs (deaf, blind and deaf-blind dogs), can lead a normal life. Shelters rarely put them up for adoption, breeders tend to kill them at a young age (although this is never admitted), and rescues tend to have very strict limitations for any potential adopters, if they even do take one on. My question is, why? Why not give them a chance to lead a normal life? I own special needs dogs, and I have been training them without any issues
Caution! Electroshock therapy ahead!
The last couple of months, I have been contacted by several new clients with human aggressive dogs. Now this is not that surprising because I specialize in aggression cases, but the cases are unfortunately leading back to improper handling from professionals in the canine behavior field. I will not name names, or businesses and the point of this article is to educate owners of the potential danger of some training techniques being used. The following are real case files from