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You know what to do

Sunday, February 25, 2007

Whenever Rebel and I play "Fetch", and I end up holding his toy, I'll make him sit just so that he remembers that command.

Typically, I'd say, "You know what to do", and Rebel would sit without fail. In the past, I used to think that he was reall smart to understand sentences, and not short, straightforward commands. Then I realise something of late.

He doesn't understand the meaning of "Sit" anymore. To him, "You know what to do" means "Sit". Oh boy.

No wonder he doesn't respond to "Stay". He responds to "Don't cross the road without me!".

My boy is turning into Rudie, my friend's maltese who thinks he's human and hence, he refuses to respond to commands; you have to talk to him like a human being.

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