Notes from a small dog – 10 tips for training your two-legs

Ani is a very wise canine. Listen up all you in doggie-land, take a lesson from Ani and live a long and happy life, despite your two-legses!!

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

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The correct training of your two-legs… ‘specially visiting two-legses…is critical to their well-being. I thought I’d share my ten favourite tips for the establishment of proper pack behaviour…

ani window1. Use advanced surveillance techniques. Never let them arrive unexpectedly. This gives you a unfair unique advantage. You, of course, will know long before your two-legs that a visitor is arriving. They have to wait for a knock on  the door. Which means, you can be ready… and waiting…

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2. Decontamination. You don’t know where they’ve been… they may even have been near cats! But a thorough washing both cleans them up and lets you investigate. They, poor things, have a problem with soap and smelly stuff… they smear it all over. They taste a lot better when it is all gone. They think you are being cute and giving kisses… but that’s okay. We know better… And anyway, if…

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2 thoughts on “Notes from a small dog – 10 tips for training your two-legs

  1. Hi Zoe! I got here from your pingback on my new friend Ani’s article. I just wrote my first online post – about blogging, actually. Mom named it “Blogging Tips from a Shih Tzu.” Anyway, hop over and leave a link you want me to put as Related Content. It’s on ADDandSoMuchMore dot com.

    I’m trying to grow my pack. The two-legs outnumber us, but together we can have a voice.
    Woof! Tink

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