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THROUGH A DOGS EYES

The Dominance Myth

  • Aired: 04/20/2010
  • 02:25
  • Expires: in 3 Days
  • Rating: NR
Extended interview with Adam Miklosi, Ph.D. on the dominance myth. The first wolf research wrongly concluded that living in a pack involves constant aggression. There has long been the misconception that the dog-human relationship is one of dominance and subordination. Understanding why this is false will help dog owners improve their own relationship with their dog.
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