Cesar Milan, The Dog Whisperer, says that the secret to having well-behaved, obedient dogs is making sure that your dogs get exercise, discipline, and affection…in that order.
Could the same be true for your kids?
Could exercise, discipline and affection get your kids to start behaving better?
Some parents sure think so, but others think it’s ridiculous to take dog training advice and applying it to human children.
In terms of exercise, discipline, and affection, which one(s) do you think you’re strongest in? Which ones do you need the most help with?
More Parenting Advice: What do you think? Should parents be looking toward dog trainers for techniques they can use with their kids?
Borrowing From The Dog Whisperer [NY Times]