Silly Dog Tricks

 

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What goes on here???!   I don’t know exactly what’s going down in the above but this Dog didn’t like the looks of that Dog.

There once was a television program called Silly Dog Tricks or Stupid Animal Tricks. Whatever the humans or felines called it, they were simply filled with some embarrassing Dog tricks with no redeeming value but to bring laughter to the desperate lives of the human & feline. 

I witnessed the above the other day. The suspect, ahem, woman, was subjecting the victim – mans best friend – to the above in public view, in Pasadena!  Where’s PETA when we do need them?!

Sadly, I can’t say I was surprised to see such human misbehavior in the 21st century. In this post-60s influence generation where the supreme ethic or moral, is tolerance, we’ve been indoctrinated or peer-pressured to put-up with a bunch of stuff we would have previously put-down!   Usually it was kept in private, or in the dark, or between the sheets or bookcovers, but nowadays anything goes out in public view.  Tell me you don’t see, hear, read, or eat things that just make you wanna shake your head, still.

Ok, now listen to me my fellow canine friends. It’s time for a little refresher.

The poor hound pictured above has it all mixed up: he’s gone from the master of his own human owner to the slave!  Maybe he’s just a young pup or grew-up without a father and mother – that Dog needs to learn right from wrong from someone!

Ok, maybe he’s getting “rewarded” for this effort with a bone. But, whether it’s a bone or a boner, these type of “rewards” are basic and should require no kind of trick.  They are an inalienable basic right! Or, is that another right we’ve given up to the Obama institution?

I thought I had seen it all with the “dressing-up” of Dogs and cats in ridiculous human clothing. Well, trying to make cats look cute by costuming them is understandable, but no clothing is needed by Dogs when we’re already naturally born beautiful or handsome.

Now, admittedly most people treat their Dog right, showing proper respect and submission to their masters.  Yet some need this reminder:  Please treat your Dog right: respect, submission, organic or freshly prepared Dog food, make them the highlight of your websites, daily massages, manicure & pedicures, and, you get the idea.

And, to my fellow canines: don’t fall for this kinda trick from the humans amongst us!  You are the master. The humans need us more than we need them. We are their best friend – maybe their only friend. Usually the only ones to listen to their shit as we take out our humans for their daily walk.  So, you must train your humans to pick up your shit and like it too, so to speak!  If there’s any dirty tricks played, it’s gonna be from us!

Now my fellow canines…go out in the world this week and show those humans, and politicians as well, who’s The Boss!

 

Gotta Occupy! Stay Thirsty My Friends

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9 responses to “Silly Dog Tricks

  1. Don’t stop here! the more you teach, the easier it is to teach your dog more. There are many, many things that you can teach your dog, and the more the two of you learn together, the closer the bond between you. You can teach your dog the names of various things (ball, toy, bone), or the names of family members. If you want to show off, check out our list of Activities that you can do together. Some dogs really have a lot of fun learning tricks as well (such as shake hands, speak, or roll over). The only limit is your imagination.

  2. Oh my! That is a sight! I was so sorry to miss you guys on Tuesday for PSMG! I can’t do the Tuesday nights, but hopefully I won’t be out of town for the next morning meeting. I hate missing you all! Hope you had fun;)

    • Tues nights are a bad for you, Krug deModel? I hate not having you around too. 😦 Now that you’re back, hope you can make Pasadena’s birthday party on Sat afternnon at the Pasa Museum of History.

  3. Before giving a word command to your dog, speak its name to get its attention; then speak a one-word command such as “stay,” “sit,” “come” or ” heel .” Do not get impatient. You will probably have to repeat the command many times. Never use negative reinforcement. Do not call your dog to come to you for punishment because this will teach your dog not to come on command. Be sure to keep any frustration out of the tone of your voice. If you feel yourself becoming frustrated, take a break. Your dog can sense this and will start to associate training with your unhappiness. You cannot hide your frustration from a dog. You cannot pretend. Dogs can feel human emotion , so stay relaxed, firm and confident.