Funny Dogs Video Information:
Watch this guilty dogs compilation to see the reactions that our beloved companions have after being interrogated for their bad behavior. 🙂
I don’t think there is one pup out there that hasn’t misbehaved a bunch of times in his/her life. Some cause minor damages, like playing with the toilet paper, but others are real masters of destruction. In any case, they mostly seem to regret doing what they have done. I wonder if they’re truly aware of their misbehavior…
If you have any similar stories to the ones shown in these videos please feel free to share in the comments below.
Having a well-educated dog is amazing. It makes every moment spent with him/her a lot more stress free and fun.
I remember what it was like with my first dog, a female Labrador named Lea. I didn’t train her much (except a few basic things like fetching, sitting and eating on command) so she was pretty wild and independent. Walking her on a leash was terrible. She would always pull, thinking that she was the leader. Also, one time, she was really annoying because she messed up my entire room after leaving her alone for a couple of hours. I got very angry at her and, at the same time, concerned, because I thought she might have licked the spilled ink from a bottle that she had broken. She did a lot of naughty things, and I still loved her, but it would have been a lot more fun if she were more educated.
Everything changed, after Lea passed away, when I adopted Caesar, a Transylvanian hound mix. The previous experiences with Lea made me pretty determined to start educating Caesar since he was a pup. And that I did. I taught him, to this day, in his first two years of life (almost), about 36 commands. I actually made a list so I wouldn’t forget them. 😛 I taught him a lot of things, besides doing cute tricks, like, for instance, walking with or without a leash and jogging. All this training has brought us really close together. I’m happy with him most of the time. He’s still a teenager, so being disobedient once in a while is understandable. 😊
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Ben Hoiland / Sandpit Productionz