Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Dog Training The John Fisher Way|
Genres: Special Interests, Educational
When it comes to dog training, recent developments have improved the lot of our canine companions dramatically. Since the 1990's a kinder, more reward-based approach has replaced the more severe training methods, such as t... more »
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Not worth it
R. Moore | Arlington, TX USA | 10/03/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Boring! All this time is spent during the DVD talking about the John Fisher technique, but not really showing you anything specific. Lots of great video shots of dogs romping about with their owners and shots of classes being conducted, all being voiced over about the 'great john fisher technique'. Who cares! I didn't order the video so that I could go look for a trainer who trains with this technique, I ordered it so that I could train my own dog. So little instructional information was given and the video was so boring, me and my dogs fell asleep watching it. What a waste!"
John Fisher's wisdom in different situations.
Mr. Robert Baker | 08/22/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It's a great resource, covering selecting a breed of dog, tips related to training, and information related to dog behavior. It shows footage of dogs in different situations and a little of John Fisher but the narrator often talked over him. The final chapter, chapter 8, was an interesting recital of a personal experience John Fisher had with a challenging dog and how he handled it. This DVD is an overview and not heavily focused on oral commands."
A Dog of a DVD
Marcus Peacock | Washington, DC United States | 03/04/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I have watched several dog training DVDs and this clearly falls dead last. The video bears little connection to the narrative so you might as well consider it a book on tape. Even then, it will not provide you much practical information on how to train your dog. With the plethora of other options out there, even if they are a bit more expensive, it is worth spending a little more to get something useful."