You feel your dog's skin. Indeed he is very hot! He has a fever.
You use a thermometer which reads 101°F. Phew! don't worry about it!
You tell the vet you're coming in! It's his job to know if there's a fever, right?
"Children! Always worrying about the dog! I'll just go to the pet store and buy a wormer, that will take care of it!"
"You know, dogs often vomit. Maybe he got in the garbage! I won't worry."
"I better go to the vet, it could be important!"
You decide to length his daily walk.
You reduce the size of his meals by 10%.
You change the dog food. He's gaining weight because it's poor quality.
You give him his favorites -- nothing else.
You make his dog food from scratch and vary it every day.
You feed your dog when he asks -- it's so easy!
He has a very short lead, because he pulls on his lead often, and you are careful of his reaction when he sees another dog.
You use a 50 foot retractable lead -- he needs to feel "free"!
You use a four feet lead, as a result he is never far away and the leash is never taut.
He looks forlorn and wonders why you have left him at home alone.
He is very happy to see you! "It's so good to meet again!"
He runs under the table or behind the sofa.
No problem, I keep my dog on a lead.
When your dog chases them, you call him back and he returns.
You let him run free. "Why would my fox terrier chase an animal anyway?"
He remains behind a net in the back -- so as not to disturb the driver.
It's not a problem, he sleeps during all the travel.
It's definitely better just to leave him at home!
You must leave your dog in peace when he eats.
He should be seriously disciplined.
You tell the person to try again and if the dog restarts you will correct him.
Once or twice a year.
As often as he gets dirty.
Washing a dog?! What a stupid idea!
You clip your dog, it's not difficult.
You go to the grooming shop, they're pretty good there!
You learn to groom your dog.
You are busy you don't want to let your dog play!
Your dog is too aggressive, you don't want any problems.
You want your dog to learn to be as social as possible, so of course you let your dog play.
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