Pam Whyte, Natural Dog Trainer, Dog Whisperer, Dog Behaviour Therapist and Pet Behavior Consultant.
Pam Whyte's work involves studying and teaching pack behaviour of the wild dog; consulting with veterinarians, behaviour therapists and conservationists and writing books on the Language of the Pack. Her research work on curing excessive barking in pet dogs has been published internationally.
"This book, filled with some delightful cartoons by Walter Pichler, is well-researched and informative and is the ideal guide for anyone who caresabout his best friend." Sunday Times
"All dogs should be grateful to Pam Whyte." Cape Times.
"Proof of the success of Pam's dog psychology lies in the two books and two video tapes that she has released. Her latest book, Living with an Alien is selling fast as local bookshops on an Australian TV channel has invited her to participate in a show. Dog behaviourists in the UK are also knocking at Pam Whyte's door for expert advice." Southern Courier, Gauteng.
"Pam Whyte takes us very humorously (but also very practically), through a multitude of topics. This enchanting and funny book with delightful cartoons by Walter Pichler is, however about more than behaviour therapy - it is also about animal perception and dog language." SA Country Life.
"Pam Whyte, a world renowned authority on dog behaviour and psychology has unlocked the door to achieving a more co-operative and manageable dog. She has moved away from traditional methods of dog training and has developed her own very effective and successful program. The most unruly and aggressive of dogs respond to this innovative approach. Ms Whyte has addressed universities, training institutions, human/animal interest groups and others on dog psychology and animal perception." Morely, Victoria , Australia.
"I have known and lived with dogs all my life, but I found this book by Pam Whyte an eye opener." The Star.
"The book has its hilarious moments. The contents are amazing. Pam has some excellent and very serious thoughts about living with dogs - sort of "duty without cruelty". It's a super book for anyone with a dog, for, no matter how you think you get along with Fido, there's plenty more to learn to make your life (and your dog's) even better." Natal Mercury.
"Covering a variety of aspects, including commands, food, separation anxiety and others (there is even a chapter for those who don't like dogs), Pam's formidable knowledge of her subject is evident." The Citizen.
"Pam's latest book, Living with an Alien, is essential reading for every intelligent canine. It's 350 pages packed with good advice largely based on the questions dog owners ask about dog behaviour. And it's delightfully illustrated by cartoonist Walter Pichler. Sunday Times.
"Successful close encounters of the canine kind. Living with an Alien should be required reading for every city dweller thinking of acquiring a dog. She has also produced several videos on dog behaviour, one of which is used by guide-dog trainers in France ." Cape Times.
"Dog training presupposes that dogs think like humans. Think again! But if you're prepared to let the dog dominate, then you might as well switch on the electric blanket, open the fridge, hand over the can opener and the car keys and move out to the dog kennel." Star
"Pam has spent 3 decades working with dogs, and encapsulated much of her wisdom in the 340-page volume. . In fact this book is the best excuse I've ever had for not getting up early on a Sunday morning and standing in a field with other dog owners..you will be entertained by her wealth of anecdotes and case histories." John Scott, Cape Times."
"Pam Whyte's latest work will leave you with a distinct feeling that the mutt lying at your feet, on the sofa, or bed, knows more than you could ever imagine." District Mail.
"Pam's book Living with an Alien is an amusing but perceptive book on animal perception and dog language." Farmers Weekly.
"Pam sets out to help humans tap into and develop the instincts that a dog brings when it comes to live in our society, instead of trying to force them into un-doglike behaviour by imposing our will onto them, which usually confuses or even breaks a dog." Cape Times.
"Ms Whyte makes no secret of her disdain for the conventional obedience training methods to which most of us are accustomed, nor does she agree with restricting our canine companions food intake. Her ideas are quite definite and many of her approaches are quite unusual, making for most interesting reading and providing answers to many questions that plague dog owners." Animal Talk.
"Pam shows dog owners how to overcome behaviour problems by outlining practical guidelines to overcome them. She does this chiefly by showing the family how to help their dog adapt to his life-style and how to communicate in his own pack-tongue. This may sound deranged to the ignorant ear, but once explained, sounds a more positive bet than communicating through a host of often-aggressive commands. Pam encourages one to shift one's perspective and to get a "dog's eye view", advice that will enhance the pleasure of dog owning." The Citizen.
"Ideal Guide has humorous tone. Through more appropriate communication techniques, the confusion, which often prompts naughty behaviour, will be eradicated. The book is peppered with assertions about doggy behaviour which may not be the solutions you are expecting to find, but take heart - these culture shocks may produce startling results." The Citizen.
"Too much stress is placed on what dogs look like and making them do as they are told, instead of helping adjust to the culture shock of domestication." Cape Times - To-day.
"Send right signals to mutt from mars .You need top apply the very simple principles of pack communication, so that what you say to your dog becomes congruent with what he hears. once you understand your dog, your enjoyment of him will increase, and your relationship with him will be enriched." The Star.
"Pam's book is despicable." Her opposition in a letter to the editor, Randburg Sun.
Pam assists families globally to understand and control their dogs easily and naturally as well as keep children safe from dog attack.
- Pam Whyte has been studying the behavior of the wild dog in East Africa for 40 years and applies Nature's Formula for Obedience to cure all behavior problems in domestic dogs easily, kindly, naturally. She willingly shares the secrets of the dogs mind with caring dog owners around the world. Even young children learn how to handle the most disobedient and disruptive dogs, which is done - not through force, bribery or gimmicks - but through trust and correct communication. (Dogs don't command each other – but they communicate!)
You see how Pam Whyte’s natural methods work on her home movies as she takes various families through the process of understanding and communicating correctly with their dogs from beginning to end. Pam gives free after sales service to all who purchase her Natural Dog Training Home Kits, and after 2 hours her time is free when she consults within the dogs’ own homes.
Pam Whyte both consults within the dogs’ own homes, and trains dogs around the world with her Natural Dog Training Home Kit. She has written books and made movies on dog behavior, and has designed a very special lead called Don’t be a Dope on a Rope which is kind, natural and highly effective in preventing even the most stubborn dogs from pulling their owners on their walks – without any jerking, pinching, pinching, commanding or any raised voices at all. All you have to do is whisper.
Nature's Formula for obedience gives dogs peace of mind through being understood. This gentle non-invasive approach brings dogs globally into harmony with their families. It prevents and cures all behavior problems and psychosomatic disorders; removes anxiety and stress through establishing compatibility between dogs and their families, and between dogs and other pets. And between dogs and their neighbours through removing the root cause of excessive barking. (Not unlike stopping a baby crying by removing the source of his/her distress.) It practical, simple and effective, and not at all artificial or whacko.
Pam Whyte has lectured at universities, held workshops and seminars, been consulted by conservationists and has improved army sniffer dogs' ability to detect land mines in Eastern Europe. She has written very popular books and made highly instructive and informative (and very amusing) home movies on the subject of dog communication. She has been on TV, on chat shows, run columns, and written for academic institutions. Her work on Pack Communication is recognised by such institutions as: The Plastic Surgeon's Association, RSA; Child Accident Prevention Society, UK; Animal Protection Institute, USA; Veterinary Universities, USA; Anglia Survival, UK; Conservationists in East Africa; University de Nancy, France; Guide Dogs Ass. France ; Paneikon , Italy ; Wild dog Productions, and Medical Research scientists in New Zealand, for example.
- Pam Whyte's vital independent research into such subjects as Feeding Dogs for Temperament, curing barking and the Rhythm of the Wild is bringing pets much closer to their families. Her guest lecturing at institutions and Universities on dog behaviour and dog communication enthrals those who listen to her.
Books and ebooks:
Living with an Alien by Pam Whyte is a book on the secrets of the dog’s mind. Gets you in touch with your dog on a deeper level, and gives you full control over your dog without ever having to raise your voice, punish or use any gimmicks or drugs. Only love, trust and correct communication. (Dogs don’t command each other!)
Preventing and Curing Adrenalin-related Behavior. Pam Whyte’s ebook on preventing and curing all adrenalin-related behavior, such as hyperactiveness, excessive barking, jumping up, digging, chewing, biting, fighting, bolting out the gate or jumping fences shows you how to bring your dog under willing control in an amazingly short time. Pam Whyte’s natural techniques reform and transform even the most uncontrollable dogs.
How to Own a Good Watchdog is an ebook that Pam Whyte has written which teaches dog owners how to develop your dog’s natural instincts to protect – simply, kindly, naturally and very effectively.
Choosing, Rearing, Housetraining and Socializing Your New Pup is an ebook by Pam Whyte which shows dog owners how to avoid the many pitfalls that surround dog owners, as the behavior therapy profession thrives on behavior problems, and therefore uses the propaganda channels to misinform trusting new puppy owners.
Facts of Life about Making Babies and Children (that your mother did not tell you, or your vet, or your dog trainer….) get along well together by Pam Whyte. This ebook is written entirely from personal experience in rehabilitating dogs that bite children, or are too rough with them. And vice versa. To give you an indication on how deeply Pam understands the dynamics and parallels between children and dogs, Pam Whyte’s office received a phone call recently. This is how it went: “I am a child psychologist – but for my own children, I use Pam Whyte’s book.” It has not only saved countless children from being bitten and worse by dogs, and dogs from losing their homes, landing in animal shelters and euthanasia – it is a manual every single parent can benefit from. Even if they don’t have a dog because, firstly, dogs are very much a part of society and all children will interact with them at some stage, and secondly, it is a book on proactive parenting which teaches parents how to bring up their children to make correct choices, take responsibility for their actions, and grow up to be leaders in society.
Walking Your Dog on a Lead the (Very) Easy Way by Pam Whyte. This ebook gives the solution to every stunt that a dog can think of (“I would rather be carried, thank you.” “I find it more comfortable (and fun) to watch you beg me to walk, and anyway – I love Vienna sausages.” “Let’s dash full speed to the gate of every single dog in the street and hurl bad language at them!! (After hurling ourselves and our owner full tilt out of the gate.)” “It is fun to watch you unhook my foot, untangle your legs, trip people up and hook you around lampposts and trees with my lead”. And generally provide entertainment for our neighbours.” “Let’s go hunt cats!!!” “And not letting you put my lead and collar on me in the first place is lots of fun – especially when you chase me around (and under) tables and chairs.” Pam has the solution to all of these – and (believe it or not) - more.
Dog leads and collars.
“Don’t be a Dope on a Rope” dog leads and Comfy Slip Collars, which come with a free instruction CD.
Pam Whyte designed and patented the Don’t be a Dope on a Rope Lead. This is the only lead globally that can work with dogs that pull badly and are too strong for their owners that do not cause either dog or owner discomfort or pain. This is because all other leads work from a human perspective. These leads always work - because they take into account the dog’s way of perceiving our actions, etc. The results of this mind shift are astonishing.
The difference between Pam Whyte’s highly personal techniques and products - and the mass production mainstream approach is – Pam conducts long term research into the dogs’ own homes with all her products. She doesn’t just sell the latest superficial ideas and gimmicks that come off the production line without ever being tested on thousands of dogs in their own homes. Unlike all the latest gimmicks that come onto the market, they are subjected to stringent tests on pet dogs, and are therefore tried, tested and proven before ever being made available to the owners – with access to the original designer for as much after sales support as is needed.
All Pam Whyte’s home movies on dog behavior are of unrehearsed footage, where most of the dog owners and Pam had never met before until they were on camera. You learn with these dog owners as Pam goes through several sessions, and you watch the dogs’ behavior change in front of your eyes, as the dogs and owners learn to understand each other, instead of owners commanding and dominating, and dogs rebelling or cringing. They are both revolutionary and unique.
Natural Dog Training Home Kit.
Pam Whyte gets results with her Home Kits that dog trainers and behaviour therapists can only dream of. (According to vets, dog trainers and dog owners in many far flung places such as Europe, UK, USA, Canada, RSA, Australia, New Zealand and India.) Pam gives away all her secrets (and the dogs’) (and the dog behavior industry’s) in her Natural Dog Training Home Kits.
Pam Whyte's Natural Dog Training Home Kit includes:
the latest new research findings into feeding, the end results of every dog training technique, including all the latest fads and gimmicks – in the dogs’ own homes;
Living with an Alien;
Pam Whyte’s Home Movies;
Don’t be a Dope on a Rope and Comfy Slip Collar;
Walking Your Dog on a Lead the (Very) Easy Way.
As much one on one tailor-made training with Pam Whyte until the desired results have been achieved.
Functional packs of wild dogs all coexist harmoniously according to these natural principles, and Pam Whyte's Natural Dog Training Home Kit shows dog owners around the world how to unleash their dog’s desire to cooperate with, to please and to protect his leader. And this is the secret of Natural Dog Training’s exceptionally high success rate.
All Pam Whyte’s Natural Dog Training products are a financial investment, as they save on feeding, medical bills, saving possessions being chewed and plants being dug up - and the dog not being replaced. (And replaced, and replaced, as they remain uninformed…) Once dog owners have learnt Dog Language, they can communicate in this non-gimmicky and entirely natural and comfortable way with every dog they ever own – or meet.
Pam Whyte has been training dogs in their own homes for several decades, teaching dog owners how to control their dogs without the use of any force or gimmicks. Pam Whyte uses natural principles when teaching dog owners how to control their dogs, so that they obey immediately and willingly. It is kind, it is proven, and it works!