I do not teach my dog to drop it. I teach him to drop it. I do not teach him to drop it again. I teach him to drop it again.
That’s an interesting approach to teaching dogs. I think we’d all agree that if you tell your dog to drop it it’s not teaching him to drop it anymore. I also think that the name “drop it” has a lot of baggage attached to it. I mean, how do you explain dropping something that you don’t own? And how do you explain dropping something that you don’t own and it’s causing a problem for you? The answer is to drop it.
The term “drop it” is used to describe what happens when you drop something that you dont own. As you might expect, dropping something you don’t own causes problems for you. You have to clean it up, or replace it, and eventually it will start to fall apart.
I like the name drop it because it’s something that will get people excited. If you don’t drop something you don’t own, you have to be very careful with it. If you drop a bag of chips on your floor, you may find it has a leak. You may have to replace the bag of chips. If you drop a book, you may find it has some kind of weird writing on the inside. You may have to replace the book.
Even dogs can be taught to drop things. They are not, however, very good at it. Our first dog, Spooky, did not drop a thing while we owned him. He would often just sit on the ground with his nose in the air. We just had to find a way to get him to drop things.
And that’s the thing about dogs. We can only tell them to drop things by doing something that makes them feel bad. We tell him to drop it by doing something that makes him feel good, like throwing a ball. A ball that he has not been trained to drop. We teach him to drop it by getting him to do something that makes him feel bad. We teach him to drop it by putting him in a situation where he will feel bad for doing it.
So, it sounds like if you give your dog something he doesn’t understand, he will feel bad and drop it. But what does this have to do with dogs? Well, we don’t really have an exact answer to that question. However, we know dogs understand things like “I am being punished for breaking a rule,” and then they’ll drop things. That’s why we can teach them something that works, but we can’t teach them to do anything that makes them feel bad.
When I was a kid, my dad would always tell me if I was doing something wrong, I should do it “wrong” and not do it “wrong”, because doing it wrong is making myself feel bad and then it will get you in trouble. We cant really teach a dog to do anything, like what we teach people to do, because then we would be teaching our dog to be a bad dog. Dogs don’t think, they just do what they need to.
Dogs are programmed to be dogs, and they are programmed to learn by doing. They would not learn to drop a toy if we were to tell them not to. They would just get it, and do it in the exact same way. We can train dogs to do something, but we cant train us to feel bad about it.
Dogs do feel bad when we do something that they didnt like at all. We dont even have to tell them.