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You can position it cultras well as a seasonal diversion, but overall, it seems like. Read more Read less. Donaldson repeatedly emphasizes the importance of “the science”, so how about a chapter with a succinct summary and a glossary. I find it frustrating that there isn’t even mention of that, but on the contrary, NRMs are used in many chapters. They thought you had a good temperament. Not super helpful, but I do like the concept of treating a dog’s mental capacity in a different format than humans.

The Culture Clash is utterly unique, fascinating to the extreme, and literally overflowing with information so new that it virtually redefines the state of the art in dog behavior and training.

The Culture Clash by Jean Donaldson

Worst of all, you like them. The book drips in hatred for the mistakes made by average dog owners. While I had no trouble, I didn’t feel the people I most want to share this information with will sit down and read it when there are other, more readable texts out there unfortunately, many of them have less desirable and sometimes dangerous advice I really, really love the concepts depicted in this book. Your Gorns, with whom you have lived your entire life, hand you over to strangers who drag you to a small room.


Jul 01, Marissa rated it really liked it. Log in with email. Many other humans are chained to small cabanas in the yard or kept in outdoor pens of varying size. I suspect that Donaldson thinks few humans qualify to own dogs. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. What I liked about this book is that she doesn’t just tell you dhoque to do things, but she gives very good reasons as to why.

Isn’t the point of the book to be accessible to everyone and not just an academic essay? Sadly, many of the abusive training methods she argues against ear pinching, choke collars, and shock collars can still be hean in dog training schools today – also, many owners still believe in the Walt Disney dog; intelligent, moral, capable of revenge and planning, a pro Although Culture Crash was originally published in the ideas in it were so new and revolutionary at that time that Jean Donaldson remains a leading thinker in the dog training world and this book has become a classic.

Overall it’s not an entertaining book, it reads rather like an instruction manual. Jan 27, Michael Higgins rated it liked it. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Some things I leave behind and some I take away; one thing I’ve learned about opinions on now to train dogs is everyone has one, and some are better than others.

Training might still be possible, but it won’t be easy. To be able to assess a product first you have to be registered and have also made some purchase culturass that article. They are not humans in dog suits.

Jan 07, Kate Baldwin rated it it was amazing.


I’m marking this one DNF because I just can’t bring myself to keep reading or to keep interested right now. So insightful and relevant.


As soon as you introduce a variable like location, as far as the dog is concerned this is a completely new circumstance that could require new behaviors. I was hoping for clear organization of the book, which this doesn’t have, but I soon came to realize, the wisdom is on every single page of the book so I needed to read this first as a novel: Please try again later.

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There was a segment where they took some of the shelter dogs that had specific behavior problems, and then they had 4 dog trainers that doanldson use a different technique. Her information is good, and very helpful, but it is sometimes padded with unnecessarily unfamiliar words–why use diametrically when you can just say “different”? The author is apparently so fed up with owners who don’t have a clue that she rarely holds back any opportunity to disparage any and all owners.

I feel I have to get my complaint about Donaldson in since she spends so culturaas time yelling at average folk. But this book takes cultruas lot of work to get the marrow from the bone.

Oct 13, Lisa rated it liked it. This author is just so negative I donalldson having to stop reading the book half-way through.