Re: At The End of My Leash show
I've watched the show quite a few times. I find it amusing, from an entertainment standpoint, especially when he decides to play relationship psychologist. It's only slightly palatable if you can get past the annoying voice and the unwillingness to consider any training methods or tools other than those he chooses to use. We always joke that he would have a field day in our house with all the leashes, collars, toys and treats and....God forbid...a dog bed in the corner of the family room.
I watched that part of the Youtube clip and I can't figure out why he decided to smack the dog's muzzle. Because it lunged forward a bit...or didn't sit when he stopped? You certainly don't see that stuff on his show... but he does like to make people hug.
Caesar von Nadar (Ronan)
Jaeger, SchH 2, HIT (May 2004-June 2014)
Keeva, CGN, HIT (April 2002-Aug. 2015)
Luther (Aug. 2014-Nov. 2015)