I'm surprised this thread has stayed so inactive... Nobody wants to point out that the host seems to have issues with prong collars, chock chains, and e-collars? I'm not particularly a Millan advocate, but it would be quite difficult indeed to support and talk about your view of aversive conditioning if the person you are talking with is adamantly against tools that the majority think are generally ok for use- like prong and e-collars.
My take is that the majority of "average, joe-schmoe" pet owners are the type of people who view a prong collar as a torture device while in the same thought they smash their dog's face into a poo accident in the house, smack them on the head, and take them outside... Kinda hypocritical.
I'm not really making any claims about CM- there's a ton of threads here already discussing him and his tactics, but this interview would be almost impossible to get your point across. I think his "political" answers of barely (if at all) answering the question by repeating his stance on the broad topic was about the best CM could have possibly answered.
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