One of the biggest myths debunked by science is that dogs see only in black and white. Contrary to that popular belief, dogs have dichromatic vision, meaning that they can see shades of yellow and blue.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I have a Siberian Husky named Chocnut for 2 years now and I’m happy that she is part of us. Definitely worth reading if you are a dog lover. After reading this, I’m so glad I didn’t let other people train my dog. I love my dogs just normal as they are coz I just can’t stand the fact that dogs should be rigidly taught on how they should act and behave. I don’t like my dogs being robotic, following each and every command and gesture I make. I like them to be free to choose and communicate what they want.
I adopted a dog because a chose to have a new member of the family as humanely treated as possible. “NOT” a pet slave who gives their owners’ satisfaction. If I am to teach my dog, I want to teach her just as I would teach and guide people too. That is through proper communication with a clear sense of freedom of choice. If I become a bad dog owner or parent, that is my fault so there is more responsibility involved.
So yeah its ok for me, if once in a while my dogs don’t follow me coz’ being disobedient is also a sign intelligence.
Sunday get together and it seems our puppies are gonna start walking and running next week.