What It Would be Like If You Trained Your Dog

Many people like you are owned by their dogs. You’re "pet" is the alpha, and you’re the omega. What if that were different, it could be a different world but the difference begins with you.

What it would it be like if you trained your dog. Amen. 

You would not be scratching yourself at all hours of the night because of flea bites. Your well trained dog would sleep on his own bed and not in yours. 

You would not come home to a cess pool smelling home, because your well trained dog poops outside. 

You would not have to wipe off mud of your chest with a wet dish towel before going out to work, because your well trained dog does not jump on you. 

You would have socks, shoes, and slippers because your well trained dog did not eat them yet. 

Tissue paper in the bathroom would be nice, when your well trained dog did not roll and play with it. 

You are not being sued by your neighbors because your well trained dog did not bite them or kill their cats. 

You would have friends coming by your house to visit because they enjoy the company of your charming well trained dog. 

You would still have dinner on the table, because your well trained dog does not sneak and steal food from the table. 

While it is true that some dogs are untrainable, most dogs are raised to have good manners. Domesticated animals, especially dogs read the moods of their owners very well. They understand when you are angry and know that they have been bad. Training your dog with a gentle and firm hand will lead to a peaceful and harmonious home life with your dog. 

Also see:

The Tapeworm Diet, Getting Thin with a Parasite

How to Properly Bathe Your Dog

Finding a Good Guard Dog

Dogs That Steal, Differnt Breeds Make Differnt Theives

Home Made Dog Food, Make Your Own Dog Food

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User Comments

    On April 21, 2011 at 2:46 am

    Wow!! What a job

  2. Macherie

    On April 21, 2011 at 5:24 am

    that’s close to impossible dear, only if have 36 hour day.=D

  3. asd668768

    On August 1, 2011 at 8:46 pm

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