Hey all, been reading and watching dog training techniques. I was wondering what kind of techniques everyone's using for their dogos? Two styles seem to be duking it out (with some saying dominance style teaching is outdated). So back to the question: do you follow more of a positive training method (I.e more like Stillwater) or do you follow a dominance style method( ie ceaser millan)? Or a little of both? I have never owned a dogo, but have owned large powerful breeds(and smaller hunting breeds). It seems I tend to lean closer to a positive training method with them. Positive trainers are saying science backs them, and being dominate over your dog is actually detrimental. (Cortisone levels spike dramatically when you physically assert yourself over the dog) Which would appear to "calm down" a dog or make it submissive. But according to 'science' the dog is actually "shutting down". What's everyone's thoughts? Are people being too sensitive or are we being cruel to our dogs?