Clever Dog Schemes for Counter-Top Treats (VIDEO)

Loyalty, kindness, perseverance. Is there anything animals can’t teach us?

Today’s lesson is about overcoming challenges. If something you want seems like it’s out of your reach, don’t give up! Keep trying, like the clever little dog in this video, and eventually you’ll find a way to accomplish your goals.

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.2 years ago

very clever little one,thank you for sharing

Alicia N.
Alicia N.3 years ago

oh boy ................... ha ha ha ha
couldn't believe my eyes- so funny and very
very smart doggie

Sheri D.
Sheri D.3 years ago

Persistence pays off.

ann break
Ann B.3 years ago

clever doggie.

Diane L.
Diane L.3 years ago

BTW, Kevin, did you even notice the subject here? It's "Clever Dog Schemes for Counter Top TREATS". To me, pizza is not a treat, and certainly nothing acceptable to feed a dog. The one shown appeared to be pepperoni and probably has onions on it. Nothing on a pizza is good for dogs except MAYBE cheese and/or sausage if it's not pork.

I'm so glad you have happy dogs. I just hope you don't feed them pizza and they're happy for more than a few months.

Diane L.
Diane L.3 years ago

Kevin, it may be "crap" to you because I didn't take your criticisms and judgmental B.S. as "light hearted" and agree with you. Seems that few people DO agree with you (from my observations in other discussions). I take having dogs in my life as a serious responsibility and having them well behaved is part of that, as is keeping them from danger and illness that might have been preventable if I exercise proper "management".

You are right about one may be a "fantasy" to think that some people who view stuff like this in Care.2 will actually see it for what it is..............condoning bad behavior as being "cute". It wasn't a fantasy to compare this to the movie about kids laying on railroad tracks. That happened several times after kids saw the movie where it was portrayed on screen and they decided to "try it" themselves. Some people are impressionable. Common sense is lacking in many, and I believe that's the case with you. Have a good day or nite or whatever and stop with the personal, snide remarks to me, please.

Kevin Brown
Kevin Brown3 years ago

Diane-I give you a good-natured "lighten up" and you respond with all this crap? I am very glad my dogs do not have any contact with you. We will remain healthy and happy, loving and enjoyng our lives and you can keep up your fantasy that this video is like "children laying on train tracks."

Diane L.
Diane L.3 years ago

Nope, Kevin, no "chip" on my shoulder, and I didn't go out of my way to call you out on this discussion, so why the "vice versa"? I find irresponsible behavior with animals inappropriate and the need to point that out is my prerrogative. If you find such behavior "cute", then that's yours. I'm just glad you aren't in charge of my dogs, and hope you don't have any of your own. Yes, the "video" is harmless, unless somebody sees it and thinks it's cute and decides that allowing a dog to take food from a kitchen counter by whatever means is just "clever". I find it true that many people think feeding dogs grapes, tomatoes and chocolate "cute" and don't have a clue that those things can kill them, but whatever, I'm just a "spoil sport". Sorry that I love dogs more than I find it "cute" to entertain humans with no knowledge of what's in the dogs' best interest so filming poor animal "husbandry" is annoying to me and I feel the need to voice my opinion of it. To go a bit further, the movies about kids laying down on railroad tracks was "harmless" until somebody's kid tried to do it and was killed. I doubt that kid's parents then thought the movie was so harmless. In fact, there were lawsuits.

Kevin Brown
Kevin Brown3 years ago

Oh Diane and the whole "anybody that doesn't agree with me obviously doesn't care about dogs" strikes me as extreme hubris and arrogance. As I stated "lighten up," it was a cute and harmless video.

Kevin Brown
Kevin Brown3 years ago

Diane L.-I don't know, it seems to me that you are the "rude and arrogant" one with a real chip on their shoulder.