Training according to the methods of Cesar Millan: Dog Nikos dies!


Cesar Millan method kills dog

In Fürstenfeldbruck (Germany), a dog owner hired a dog trainer to train her fearfull- aggressiv dog, Nikos. A training that was based on the brutal methods of the violent Cesar Millan, and which paid the dog with his life.

Nikos was originally from Greece, a stray dog. The 74-year-old woman from Fürstenfeldbruck took him over from acquaintances five years ago, when he was still eight months old.

The animal has always been anxious, but at last fearfull aggressive.

The 52-year-old coach was already the fourth coach to train Nikos. He specializes in problem dogs. For weeks he had worked with him, then it came to the submission rite, as a result, Nikos died.

The coach put slings around his neck and muzzle for a submission ritual.
These choking leashes cannot only cause injuries to the air and esophagus, larynx or cervical spine but, as in this case, they can kill as they have no “train stop”.
When the dog went nuts, the dog trainer pulled the dog up on the leash so that the dog kicked his legs violently and screamed terribly until he did not move anymore. The dog suffocated due to too much pressure on the larynx and trachea.
The case against the dog trainer is set after a payment of 2,800 euros and he may continue to train dogs with his torturous methods.

Is not Cesar Millan a dog whisperer?
Many dog ​​trainers rely on the violent methods of Cesar Millan. The self-proclaimed “dog whisperer” works with cruel methods of education, pressure and violence. His goal is to assert himself as a pack leader and to make the dogs docile by intimidating methods. This has nothing to do with “dog whispering”.

He recruits to save even dangerous dogs and to put them down. However, with his training methods in the long run, he does just the opposite. Through his coercive and punitive techniques such as kicks in the kidney area, strangulation by train collars, use of spiked collars and electric shock collars he tries to make the animals docile. With loud hisses he scared the stressed four-legged friends in addition. Many of them fall into a so-called “learned helplessness”. Above all, the biggest danger of these terrifying methods is that the dogs begin to defend themselves from their fear. He turns terrified dogs into ticking time bombs (Video in the link).

How do I recognize a good dog trainer?
Good dog trainers always work with positive reinforcement. The animals are never yelled at, and they never work with physical violence. Also, a linen print, a choke collar or spiked collar are “no-go” education methods.
The animal friend should never lose the fun of learning. Even social contacts with other conspecifics should not be a taboo in the dog school. An introductory appointment should be offered by every good dog school.
Do you rely on your gut feeling when choosing a dog school, does your four-legged friend feel well? Does he like to visit the dog school and enjoy learning and with his fellow species?

Then you can be sure that you have chosen the right dog school!

Translation: Venus

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