Space 

Time 

Attention

Reward

These areas make up collation  

The first questions you may have, could be. 

How much ?

How quick will I see results?

How many sessions?

All the above  driven me to create an approach Great news the unique development of the star approach was

Through the dogs eyes

Training your dogs natural instincts

The star approach, by Chris Rose

When dog owners opened their mind to understanding the language of their dogs through its body language, vocals and the natural drives as a species, then applied my STAR approach, their dog owning relationship enhanced to another level. They also felt more bonded with their dogs, but also witnessed more relaxation and contentment, generally experiencing a more compliant dog, even if there was dog aggression issues. lets explore my approach further.

If you stop and think for a moment of all the influences you do as a dog owner with your dog, it may well be a list like this.

  • walk
  • feed
  • provide water
  • train
  • stroke
  • provide a sleep area
  • health checks
  • play
  • boarding at times
  • fun activities-agility

Its not a definitive list, but provides a general idea. If we now take the model above and look at placing the different areas into four main areas I call space, time, attention and reward. Some will fall in one area and some will combine two. Lets have a look.

 

The star approach is a philosophy of dividing dog owning into 4 areas.  It will built on a understanding simplify and understanding a approach  I believe in. and have lots of evidence  the core essentials to a balancing a dogs life.  of how to provide the balance  of cues and body signals to a dog for it to help it for fill one of its keys its position and diminish quickly any underlying to training a dog, developed over the last ten years to help dog owners to think about their engagement. The four key area are space, time, attention and reward. Under these areas a sub areas which are

First lets talk about the our best friend the dog. I believe that that dogs are a species 

When dog owners opened their mind to understanding the language of  their dogs through its body language, vocals and the natural drives as a species, then applied my STAR approach their dog owning relationship enhanced to another level. They also felt more bonded with their dogs, but also witnessed more relaxation and contentment, generally experiencing a more compliant dog, even if there dog aggression issues.

Understanding the hidden roots of a domesticated animal requiring human influence to survive is essential and the approach is called the STAR  approach. The revolutionary and refreshing change 

 

How would you describe your interactions towards dog training, owning and generally providing the best for your dog? You may answer well I buy the best dog food, I provide a good home and my dog gets lots of cuddles! Which sounds fab. However that still leaves a question of how do you describe your approach to dog owning? Myself as a dog owner and professional dog behaviourist asked myself this question for many years. Finally I have found the word that describes how I work with changing a dogs behaviour, but I want to also share the 

 

‘characterized by the belief that the parts of something are intimately interconnected and explicable only by reference to the whole.’