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Thomas A. Beitz - Pet Behavior Specialist
Tom Beitz is a Canine Behavior Specialist and a Dog Trainer. Tom is the owner of the Academy for Puppies and Dogs and an Authorized Dealer for the Pet Stop Hidden Fence Company. Tom specializes with challenging dogs that have "dropped out" of previous training programs and hidden pet containment systems. He also works with younger puppies getting them started out on the right paw so as to prevent bad behaviors from developing. He has been often referred to as the "dog whisperer." by many of his clients. Dogs that have had long standing behavior problems can be rehabilitated with a little bit of hard work and effort. Tom can be reached on his cell at (716) 628-0651. Tom has been working with dogs for nearly 15 years serving Western New York.
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Comments on the Dog Whisperer, Cesar Millan
By Thomas A. Beitz
|Cesar Millan, better known as the Dog Whisperer has become the talk of the nation for the past several years and seen on the National Geographic cable channel. Much of this talk pertains to Cesar’s perceived controversial yet very effective training methods. The reason I say “perceived controversial training methods” has everything to do with a general misconception about dogs in general. To put it in Cesar’s words; it is the “humanizing of a dog” that has significantly contributed to this misconception resulting in the controversy. (READ MORE)....|| |