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Illustrates a great training method
J. B Kraft | Palestine, TX United States | 06/02/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have trained two dogs with their methods and owned the book since the original version, but this beautiful, well made, production really makes it easy to understand exactly what you are supposed to be doing with your dog. The dog training part is set up in easy chapters that you can replay and focus on, if necessary.
It is a nice production with peaceful and beautiful landscapes and relaxing music that make it a really gentle and peaceful DVD to watch with any dog lover, as it really emphasizes the companionship that is the very essence of all that we love of dogs."
IF $60.00 isn't anything to you.....
T. Westenhaver | 08/10/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is a nice DVD to watch for the scenery, music, philosophy of the monds, etc. Only the 2nd part of the 2nd DVD covers actual dog training in some detail. I personally love German Shepherds and there are a lot of them in this DVD and this is the ONLY reason I don't regret buying this DVD.
If you want a detailed and practical "how to" DVD then purchase: Your Puppy 8 weeks to 8 Months. I hope this helps anyone."
Justin Opinion | USA | 12/30/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have read the monk's books until they are dog eared (pun intended), and this DVD is a great extension to the books. The visual examples are most helpful - being able to watch the monks train in action! I understand that the monks of New Skete do not receive any revenue from this DVD, which I think is a shame, but I still recommend it as a supplement to their books."
If you've read their books, skip this DVD
Lynn Massimo | Brooklyn, NY | 04/26/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I read The Monks of New Skete, The Art of Raising a Puppy and let me say I think that book was amazing, thorough, was the best of the half dozen puppy books I've read. But about this video, I feel this video doesn't add any additional training info that wasn't already in the book. There are 2 DVDs, the first one is essentially about the Monk's philosophical approach to raising dogs. The second DVD continues this philosophy and then finally, finally in the very last section there is some actual training demonstrations that lasts about 20 minutes. But is is the SAME training material that is covered in the book as well.
I gave the video 4 stars because if you haven't read The Monks of New Skete, The Art of Raising a Puppy book, getting this DVD is a good idea. If you've read the book, my advice is to skip this DVD."