Training Session – Politeness

On Monday I posted ‘The Karma Pack’ I wrote about how Cesar Millan had inspired me and provided exceptional advice how to not only train my own miniature dachshund Tinkerbell but how to rethink and re-examine my own human behaviour that could possible encourage poor behaviour.
I naturally shared my blog on The Kennel Club website and was extremely surprise how negatively people were towards Cesar Millan’s and his techniques.

What was even more surprising is how uncalled for were certain comments made referencing his race which was totally unacceptable.

It is natural to disagree however being disagreeable is quite rude and uncalled for.

Cesar Millan’s techniques may differ from other trainers however his work which can be watched on the internet proves that he is not only willing to work with aggressive dogs where some trainers will refuse but that he is able to transform the lives of the dog and human he works with.
Of course Cesar Millan is not the only dog trainer and it’s great that dog owners have the choice and variety to methods and training techniques to use.

Having a conversation about subjects we disagree about is extremely healthy this can often be how prejudices’ are broken and how we can open our minds to different ways of thinking even if we don’t always agree.

Blogging/Facebook and the whole realm of social media has allowed people to have a platform to express themselves, sharing thoughts and opinions which can be positive and powerful but should never be used to openly degrade someone because of where they are from or where they grew up.

Far to many people are hateful we must strive to counterbalance hate with love and understanding even if we fail to agree.

Disagree but don’t be disagreeable…..Happy Wednesday Friends!


About The Life of a Housewife

Abigail is married to a wonderful man. They have a very fabulous Mini Dachshund her name is Tinkerbell and now a very beautiful son. Abigail's absolute favourite time of the year is Christmas it has been since she was a little girl. Abigail' enjoys being creative, enjoy cooking, making and especially fond of organization.

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