Cesar Millan, the self-proclaimed Dog Whisperer, and Ian Dunbar, the anti-Caesar Millan.
Two completely different schools of thought in the dog training world. Millan stands by his 3 step process of exercise, discipline, affection, with strong emphasis on the discipline. He has actually been called the Dr. Phil for dogs.
Ian Dunbar's emphasis is on kind, positive approaches -- lure-reward training-- and he has revolutionized the dog training field.
As face readers, we can find two completely different kinds of people with these two guys. Millan has the broader face, indicating assertive self-confidence - perhaps even agressively so. If you watch his popular show, The Dog Whisperer, on the National Geographic Channel, you will find him charismatic, smiling, but with a slight edge - as if he were always ready to pounce. He is definitely sure of himself and his methods.
Dunbar has a long and narrow face, indicating his more cautious and hands-off approach to new situations. His extremely high forehead tells us that he will be a thoughtful and thorough thinker, who plans ahead before he takes action. And the actions he takes will undoubtedly be gentle, kind and not overtly dominant.
Another use of face reading as a tool for understanding others!