Graeme with a Lynx


The method began in 1970 with the study of all sorts of animals and  developing  an understanding how they communicate with each other  including the big cats, gorillas, and later dogs


It was at first  laughed at by so called experts, who believed that the  domesticated dog needed to be dominated, until Graeme demonstrated that he could work with ten dogs  harmoniously at the same time, doing things not thought possible  


Most of nature is about silent communication rather than spoken sound and, once you learn  how to do it, your dog will become a willing and responsive partner, rather than a foreign species  that  simply needs control.

Graeme Sims and Valentina Teghillo don't use quasi scientific language in order to impress but plain language designed to teach.