Some dogs are what trainers call “food-motivated.”
They’ll do almost anything to get a snack. This can be totally useful for training purposes, but not so useful when you’re trying to get them to calm down at dinner time. While I’ve been able to train my dog to wait before gobbling down his food, it was difficult and took a lot of practice.
At the Beloka Kelpie Stud Farm in Australia, the handler of 11 dogs has a ton of practice teaching them to behave when it comes time to eat. What he manages to pull off is so impressive.
Their anticipation is so intense, but they wait and wait until they get the go-ahead. You’ll be floored by their self control!
Wow! What good pups. I don’t know that I’d be able to pull off something like that. One is hard enough!
This post was Syndicated. Originally published on 12 October 2017 | 5:22 pm at viralnova