I missed this when you posted it.
I just read the whole site and handouts and it's kind of silly to put a name on this. BAT 2.0, not really. It seems that the original system wasn't working well so it got revamped into standard, below threshold walking. This will work well for aggressive or fearful dogs, where the original was not good for aggressive dogs at all. The thing that kind of makes me laugh is that it's not really a training system at all, it's just good dog handling. If you read all the handouts, the options you have are huge. Rewards can be anything. You just feel your way along and try and do the right thing. That's not a system in my eyes. It can work, but trainers do it all the time naturally. I don't see how someone can put a label on walking under threshold on a long line and claim it as their system.
BAT, in it's original form was a good tool for fearful dogs when distance from the trigger will act as a functional reward. It was terrible for aggression though. I have helped a few people through serious issues that worsened because they were empowering the wrong dog to make the wrong decisions by following BAT principles.
I kind of think it's someone trying to make money off something that any good trainer can show a student in a session or 2.
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