Commentary: Obedience School, Eastern-Style Commentator Daniel Pinkwater explains how the influence of samurai movies shaped his latter day behavior when it came to dog training. Rather than use force, Pinkwater sought the Eastern-way -- a path of doggie enlightenment. The results were personal injury and a return to traditional methods.
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Commentary: Obedience School, Eastern-Style

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Commentary: Obedience School, Eastern-Style

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Commentary: Obedience School, Eastern-Style

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Commentator Daniel Pinkwater explains how the influence of samurai movies shaped his latter day behavior when it came to dog training. Rather than use force, Pinkwater sought the Eastern-way — a path of doggie enlightenment. The results were personal injury and a return to traditional methods.