When Dinner’s Late

You Might have seen this Look

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The Weimaraner likes routine. Even better, they like to be in control. Ilsa’s family remembered her bed but where is the dinner. Seriously, a late meal is never a popular event. Who can put on the miffed look better than a Weim?

They had to learn how to be adaptable. If not, there are a lot of these looks. They don’t like their crate moved; their schedule changed, etc. It is as if they say, “you humans don’t get it.”

Dusty-4356-BW-2We do suggest that despite the put-off pouting experience, it is important that they learn how to adapt to change. If not, then worse things than the evil-eye glare are sure to happen. We are not speaking of the typical Weim mischief. Nor the freak-out (separation anxiety induced) you forgot me acting out behavior. We are talking more about the I am going to make-you-pay-thing. Oh, yes it happens. Some of you know exactly of what we speak. Dusty says, “Woof.”

 

 

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Posted on April 18, 2017, in Behavior & Training, Blue Weims, Companion Weimaraner, Information and Education, Previous Pup Update, Rosie X Benton, Separation Anxiety, The Weimaraner, Weim Tales and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on When Dinner’s Late.

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