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 An understood dog is a happy dog!      -    And an understood owner

            is a happy owner!











    All Dogs Want to be Good -

          They Only Need to

            be Understood!











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We all Need to be Both Loved           and  Understood -

    Including our Four Footed

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Pam Whyte's Natural Dog Training book - Living With


An Alien by Pam Whyte - Book Reviews:

Full length reviews are available for viewing at the offices

of Natural Dog Training on request.


"All dogs should be grateful to Pam Whyte." Cape Times.

"Pam Whyte's book, filled with some delightful cartoons

by Walter Pichler, is well-researched and informative and is

the ideal guide for anyone who cares about his best friend."

Sunday Times.

"Readers of this book benefit enormously from Pam Whyte's excellet reputataion." The Star News paper.

"The book has its hilarious moments. The contents are amazing. Pam Whyte 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.

"Pam Whyte's book, Living with an Alien makes for most interesting reading, providing answers to many questions that plague dog owners." Animal Talk.

"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. Pam Whyte has addressed universities, training institutions, human/animal/interest groups and others on dog psychology and animal perception." Morely, Victoria , Australia.


"Pam Whyte has spent many years 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 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's latest book, Living with an Alien, is essential reading for the owner of 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.

"Proof of the success of Pam Whyte's dog psychology lies in the two books and two Home Movies on dog behaviour that she has released. Her latest book, Living with an Alien is selling gast 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 her expert advice." Southern Courier.

"I have known and lived with dogs all my life, but found this book on Dog Whispering by Pam Whyte an eye opener." The Star.


"Successful close encounters of the canine kind. Living with an Alien by Pam Whyte should be required reading for every city dweller thinking of acquiring a dog. Pam Whyte has also produced several videos on dog behaviour, one of which is used by guide-dog trainers in France ." 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 Whyte 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.

"Pam Whyte 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.

"Pam Whyte's 's book Living with an Alien is an amusing but perceptive book on animal perception and dog language." Farmers Weekly.

"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 Whyte's formidable knowledge of her subject is evident." 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.

"Send right signals to mutt from mars. You need to apply the very simple principles of pack communication as laid out in Pam Whyte's book on Dog Language - Living with an Alien, 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.

"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." The Star.

"Too much stress is placed on what dogs look like and making them do as they are told, instead of teaching families how to own dogs that they can enjoy, and that are easy to control, by helping them to fit  in with their families." Cape Times.

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