Cesar Millan: a torturer and not a dog whisperer

 

The self-proclaimed “Dog Whisperer” became known through his eponymous TV series. To help dogs with behavioral problems, their owners keep turning to Cesar Millan. We’ll explain why this is not a good idea.

 

– Millan uses electric shock and choke collars so the dogs do what they want. The result is mostly frightened and panicked animals.

– Cesar Millan works with the idea of being a pack leader. Therefore, he uses intimidating and violent education methods that can turn dogs into ticking time bombs.

 

– Although Millan speaks of “communication and understanding,” he does everything to make the dogs react out of sheer fear. He tells in his book how great it is when the dog crawls on the floor in fear as soon as the owner approaches. A relationship of trust between dog and human can not arise in this way when dogs are punished and maltreated.

And I mean: In his book Millan then explains the actual motive for this absurdly animal-hostile behavior: it only gives him the feeling of superiority. It’s a wonderful amusement to be able to control a dog and tell him to stay on foot and do that and the other.
How nice, he says, when the dog crawls on the floor in fear when the owner approaches.

So the desire to dominate. “I am the born alpha animal, the pack leader, the lord,” is Millan’s motto.

For me, Cesar Millan is an abnormal animal tormentor, an inferior sadist is Cesar Millan, nothing else.

For more…at: https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/05/23/cesar-millan-a-torturer-and-not-a-dog-whisperer/

My best regards, Venus

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