My dog has a problem with his ear. The usual suspects are a dog with a hard surface or a dog that’s been in a crate for too long. But the reason why my dog is scratching his ear is because he’s upset that he doesn’t have enough space between his teeth to get them open to allow him to eat. He’s also upset that the scratching has gotten worse and he’s been chewing on his ear.
This is an interesting issue. Its interesting because we tend to think of dogs as being pack animals. They like to be close so they dont have to run far to reach their food. Its also interesting because Ive noticed that when I make an effort to train a dog to do something, it doesnt really work. Ive also noticed that the thing Ive tried to train a dog to do is to just sit and wait for me to ask.
If you have a dog, I believe you can train him to just sit and wait for you to ask him what he wants to do. If you do the same thing with your children, there are probably a lot of things you are going to do to frustrate them. Your dog is probably going to be frustrated, but even if he isnt, you are still training him.
It’s true that dogs don’t always obey us when we ask them, but if you give them time they will learn to do it. As with everything else, the more you give them, the more they will learn, and this applies to pets as well.
My dog is a very smart dog, he knows the difference between a request to sit and a command to sit, he knows when to stand and when to sit, he knows when to stand up and when to sit down. When I was a kid my mother had a dog she called “Sitting Dog.” He was a shiba inu, he was awesome! But my mom didnt give him the time he needed to start to get better at sitting.
A good dog can teach a pet to sit. It’s true that all dogs need to learn the sit command, but a more important thing is to teach them to respond to commands and recognize when they’re being ignored. So, when my dog sits I’ll call out, “Sit!” and when he doesn’t he’ll call me over. The key is to teach them to respond to commands, not to ignore them.
I have to say I have two dogs. One is a Shiba Inu, a very sweet dog (I love him so much) and the second is a cockapoo and a great dog, but I have yet to find a good dog who will sit for me. In fact I have yet to find a dog that will sit.
It is true that dogs can be very good listeners. But sometimes they are not good at understanding what you are saying. Sometimes they will even get upset if they are not being told to do something. Sometimes they will get upset with you if you are not being good to them, so when they get upset they do what they do best, they scratch their ear.
It’s also true that dogs can be very good at licking, but sometimes that can happen when they are very young. Sometimes they will get excited if they are being fed, but they will not sit for you, even if they are hungry. If they are not being fed they will not sit for you. Sometimes they will even get excited if they are being petted, but they will not sit for you.