I make her lick the floor clean when food falls on it muahaha (evil laugh)
Our dogs live a life of luxury--LOL No work for them. We do have a trained therapy dog but he growled at a kid--so no more therapy work for him.
Our dogs are about the size of bunnies. The one is blind and we do everything for him. He barks when he wants anything. He is very cute he sleeps for long hours of the day. The other dog cries like a baby when he wants something I don't think he knows how to bark. His cries are ear piercing. The only work we make them do is go to the bathroom outside. Nice question. Lol my blind dog is barking right now because he wants off my bed.
Well, I have kind of a lazy dog. If you mentioned the word work in front of my dog, he would look at you like you were nuts. That would be like getting my cat to work.
If you have a high energy dog it needs to work. Hide and seek with treats is good, agility training is another. Anything that makes them think is healthy.
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