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We at Full Pelt follow a progressive training philosophy, and practice scientifically-established methods, driven by ethics. It is not our intention to condemn other methods of training, with the exception of those built on outright cruelty, willful ignorance or with deliberate oppression in mind, but rather to offer a nonjudgmental approach and provide intellectual insight into alternative avenues, should individuals be interested in expanding their knowledge.
We do not believe fear tactics are an efficient means of teaching.
Full Pelt advocates feeding a fresh (ideally raw), biologically appropriate diet—that of a mesocarnivorous diet in the case of the domestic canine—free of grains, carbohydrates or fillers. You may find more information on this topic in our Training and Nutrition page.
We think rescue dogs are pretty neat! We think GoodforDogs are pretty neat too, for accommodating an easily accessible grid display of all dogs seeking homes in pounds and shelters across Australia. Go check out the dogs currently available for adoption in your home state.