It's Me or the Dog 4 Seasons 2012

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Season 4
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8. Where's My Treat? TV-PG CC

Victoria tries to help Dyanne and Mario with their uncontrollable pups, but she learns that their relationship problems go much deeper than their dogs. With Mario threatening to move out every day, Victoria wonders if the relationship is even salvageable.

Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
July 17, 2012

Where's My Treat?

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Season 4

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Season year 2012
Network Animal Planet
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

I am so disappointed in this latest "season" of IMOTD.
jamber
Way too much of the show now is taken up with human psychodrama.
Rose51189
It has very good tips and love the way she handles dogs.
FeatherBrain

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Rose51189 on November 9, 2012
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I want to preface my review with the fact that I am a professional dog trainer with over 30 years experience. I have run my own dog training business since 1986, and I do only private, in-home instruction such as Victoria Stillwell (and Cesar Millan) do, only I have been doing it twice as long as they have. So I am well aware of the dynamics of working with families and their dogs, and the parameters of a dog trainer's responsibility in doing this work.
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This series started out, in Season One, as classy, informative, interesting and entertaining. I liked Victoria's approach to training, as it is very much like my own, her rapport with her clients reminded me of my own, and since we never stop learning, I was even able to pick up some helpful tips from watching the show. I agree with most of her techniques and philosophy, although I think she goes overboard when it comes to her melodramatic aversion to invisible fences, which work out well in most cases and have saved many dog's lives. There were always some "over-the-top" elements to the show, of course, even in Season 1, such as Victoria giving her clients expensive gifts and taking them all over town to venues such as rock-climbing centers! However, I understand that this is "show biz," and is not going to mirror an actual dog trainer's world 100% accurately.

So, after viewing Season 1 on DVD, I wanted to see more of the show, but thought the price for Season 2 was kind of high, so I decided to skip to Season 4 on Amazon's Instant Video, which was reasonably priced. However, to put it mildly, I was in for a big disappointment with Season 4! It's like night and day in comparison to Season 1.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By jamber on July 12, 2012
I am so disappointed in this latest "season" of IMOTD. The blatant Kit Kat ad placement borders on being offensive, and the producer's deliberate attempts to make more money by selling half-seasons that people will have to pay double for is outrageous.

But more importantly, the show's content is really declining. The show used to be about dog training. Now we see very little training happening, and instead Victoria just yells at each family for being morons. Three times in this season alone (only six episodes have aired) Victoria has walked out on the client, having a hissy fit at their incompetence. The problem is that she is starting to sound like a nag, and comes across as an emotionally immature crybaby rather than the strong, patient individual she appeared to be in seasons 1-2. I miss the old Victoria! I miss the old show.

Focus on the training. The human drama is boring. This is Animal Planet after all!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lynn on February 3, 2014
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I love Victoria Stilwell & her positive training methods. I've enjoyed watching the previous seasons of "It's me or the dog," but this season was very hard to watch. It focused mostly on the relationship issues between the dog owners and not enough on dog training. Victoria is not a marriage counselor, she's a dog trainer. She should stick to what she knows best because her relationship "advice" to the people seems to do more damage than good. Also, the obvious advertisements (kit-kat and the vacuum) made me think less of her and the show.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By aline on December 3, 2013
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I like this serie, the coach is good and I learn lot of tips for my dog. But some of things are a bit disturbing : All the owners have big personal and psychological problems; the coach needs to fix them before fixing the dog, and in the duration of the show it is too long, we see more the rehabilitation of owners than the dog rehabilitation . She always promotes some brand that It is nothing to do with dogs...For example : She said she has a break with her favorite candy : Kit kat..And we watch the owners and her eat kit kat...A little too obvious !
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. Stefan on July 6, 2014
Not nearly as good as it used to be. The artificial "reality" show situations are clumsy, and detracts from why Victoria is there. The blatant Kit Kat product placements are annoying.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. williams on May 13, 2014
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would have liked to see more episodes in this season... Victoria is still awesome but the season is short and there is tooo much talk about this Kit Kat break
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By L. Sigrist on April 14, 2014
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Everyone who either has a dog or is thinking of adding a dog to their family should be required to watch this series. It's a step by step instructional for how to train any dog gently and positively. I can't recommend it highly enough.
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By Tanya G Ott on February 24, 2014
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Have seen other episodes before, love the way she handles problems. She is great with Dogs and what she suggests makes sense.
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