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06-18-2014 08:28 AM
carmspack forgot all about Haggarty who used to advertise in all the old Dog World magazines.
06-18-2014 08:20 AM
carmspack yeah, Konrad Most pretty much organized the German military dog training effort with concepts of using prey drive and compulsion, shaping behaviour and chaining.

William Koehler whose training theories were the standard till maybe the late 70s (?) did training for military / police , later Disney studios .

In between then and now, there were Saunders and others , all modifications of a basic theme.
06-18-2014 01:28 AM
dano1427 Have you read Training Dogs: A Manual by Col. Konrad Most? One of the first dog training books. Archaic, but he was ahead of his time in terms of training theory.
06-11-2014 11:06 PM
books manuals

Dose anyone have a line on german ww2 dog training manuals and or books

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