The Dogs Must be Crazy
The Dogs Must be Crazy
Animal Talk has this to say about The Dogs Must be Crazy:
"In this informative and entertaining footage, dog psychologist Pam Whyte explains how to get a deeper insight into your dog's mind and instincts so that your pet becomes your friend and companion..and tells you what they have to say about us!"
And Essentials says:
"The Dogs Must be Crazy is well-known 'pet shrink' Pam Whyte's third home movie, aimed at fostering a mutually rewarding relationship between dog and owner. It features footage of actual house calls of owners of dogs with a variety of behavioural problems, and Pam Whyte shows how, by better understanding canine communication, owners can turn doggie delinquents into obedient companions, without raising either your voice or your hand."
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Standard Bank, Rondebosch,
branch code no 051001
account number: 27 060 604 1, Cheque, Acc.
ACC. holder's name: Pam Whyte.
Please email proof of payment and your name and address to Paul Anderson at:Paul@TrustworthyDogs.com.
One dog owner said: "I saw this movie at a friend's house. When I now go to my friends, and they see how I can handle their dogs, the call me "The dog psychologist!" And a dog trainer said: "If I had not see how Pam did it, I would have thought it was rigged!
What most people seem to like about The Dogs Must be Crazy, is that it makes them realise that they're not the only ones who are experiencing behaviour problems with their dogs - in fact, they're standard! And even better - they see dogs that are even worse behaved than theirs! And better still, they see how even the worst behaved dogs reform once they are understood.
This home movie shows unrehearsed footage of actual Natural Dog Training sessions within the dog owners homes, which answers so many questions that typical dog owners ask. It shows how well Nature's Formula for Obedience works, demonstrating these natural, non-gimmicky techniques step by simple step.
You see from the beginning of each session, (where you see Pam introduce herself, because she hadn't met any of these families until they were actually on camera) until the end of the session, where you see them discussing their dogs' progress - as well as see the change in the dogs yourself. (All, that is, except for the lady with the Spaniel at the beginning of the movie. In the middle of their session her geyser burst, so Pam and the camera men had to leave.)
This is a true Canine Soapie, where you see how people actually live with, and interact with their dogs - and with one another over their dogs. It is real life, not rehearsed straight lines where dogs that break their stay are edited out, and no-one discusses their feelings. Here, you see the gamut of emotions that go with so much of dog owning. Humour, tears, quarrelling, making up, guilt, joy - they are all caught by the lens. All spontaneous and sincere. All of which we dog owners can relate to so easily.
And this is another of the reasons why Pam gets the results that she does - feelings are acknowledged, and are recognised as an important part of dog owning. The way we feel about our dogs, the way they feel about us, is crucial. Dog owning is an emotional attachment, and when our dogs fail to live within acceptable parameters - our emotions go awry. We are emotional about our dogs - and they are emotional about us. Leaving our emotions out of training is like leaving baking powder out of a cake. (Or cement out of a building.) Or barking up the wrong tree. At the beginning of the movie, you meet Michelle in tears over her impossible Pit Bull. Then two weeks later we visit her again, and you see her saying proudly and delightedly: "My dog respects me!"
Only R220 (Plus postage and packaging - which is R25 ordinary mail, and R45 Speedpost.)