I wasn't going to post more about training, but I found a few good articles that may be of interest.
This first is written by Dr. Sophia Yin who was an amazing veterinary behaviorist. This article talks about why the dominance method of training doesn't necessarily translate for domestic animals trained by humans.
Here's a good review article about dominance theory and its relation to domestic dogs:
This article is a nice overview of positive punishment techniques (such as those used by Cesar) and the response of dogs it is used on.
There's a lot of interesting info out there but it's late so I'm going to sign off and head to bed. I realize everyone has preferences and if something works for you, that's great. However, it's good to read what you can so when something goes wrong or the method doesn't work on a future dog, you can understand why. I also think it's important for people to be aware that dominance theory training uses aversive techniques that can lead to learned helplessness and when pushed too hard, it can lead to aggression.Edited by Chickerdoodle13 - 2/2/16 at 8:34pm