General Non-Fiction posted November 12, 2017


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Our dog rules our house.

Who is he? Is he guilty or not?


Our dog, Smokey, rules in our house. HE really is our little KING.

Is he guilty or not? He varies in being guilty or not. As I wrote to you recently: He sometimes listen, and sometimes not. He usually kills for a sweet, it must be a nice one though. He barks guarding and also barks if he does not get what he wants.

A bit unfortunate, he became the leader of our pack. This is not RIGHT.
He has no offspring, he got castrated at an early age. So he does not chase female dogs at all, whether they are in heat or not. He doesn't fight, which is great.

Yesterday we went to the woods together. Here you can see how high up he is.
Also a bit dreamy about the woods or something else (?).

I tried to make him less of a king. I know many things from dog classes over the years, and by watching Cesar Milan on television. Smokey does not respond, as he is a ruler and a KING.

We mind only sometimes, especially if he doesn't stop barking. And when he does not wishes to return on our bed.

He can compete with any other dog in speed and courage, apart from the odd one out. Dog fights are illegal here. I think our King knows that. He does not seek death. We don't want him dead either.

Smokey, not like a king, pinches things from everywhere: cloths from the workroom, hubby's socks, paper hankies. That is not allowed. So GUILTY in that respect.

I have to go and walk Mister King. I did not see the word count item before, so I hope you forgive Smokey and me.


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Yesterday we went to the woods together. Here you can see how high up he is.
[He} is a bit dreamy about the woods or something else.

I tried to make him less of a king. I [learnt] many things from [taking] dog classes over the years and by watching Cesar Milan on television. Smokey does not respond, as he is a ruler and a KING.

We mind only sometimes, especially if he doesn't stop barking and when he does not wishes to return on our bed.

He can compete with any other dog in speed and courage, apart from the odd one out. Dog fights are illegal here. I think our King knows that. He does not seek death. We don't want him dead either.

Smokey, [un]like a king, pinches things from everywhere -- cloths from the workroom, hubby's socks, [and] paper hankies. That is not allowed. So GUILTY in that respect.
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