So, here at Chaz obviously we've all talked about a million different training methods. I'm going to add another one. Any book about dog training I can get my hands on I read, whether it's something I would use for my dogs or not. My grandma knows I love anything to do with dogs and a month or so ago she picked up a mini-book written by the trainer of the dog who played The Littlest Hobo. I lost it (>.<) but I read about a method to stop your dog from running away when it's off leash. It said if the dog runs away to grab your dog on the sides of the head, kneel to its eye level, look it in the eyes and stay like that for 15- 20 minutes, not letting it move. I was thoroughly confused by this. There are some training methods I don't like or understand (such as Leerburg's), but at least they have some sort of logic to them, ass-backwards as it may be. This, though, I couldn't make heads or tails of. Obviously it's not very comfortable for the dog, so it could be a correction, but that's the only thing that reminds me of anything else I've heard of. Thoughts?