Demon Flash Bandit (Needs Treat Remote)
Thursday, April 24, 2014
"Working" for Treats is WRONG
Some of the human behavior which us dogs observe can is based on "double standards" This is when the humans expect better behavior from surroundings than from oneself. When the humans do this to each other, I don't become overly concerned about it because the humans are such a mess, we dogs can't solve all their problems. However, there is one double standard involving humans and dogs that makes me very angry. What is that behavior? It is the humans crazy idea that a dog should have to walk over and even do work to get a treat. The humans even show off their dog to other humans.....look how smart Fido is....he can sit, roll over, etc. Of course Fido is smart---Fido is a DOG. However, if the humans had to take intelligence tests in order to get food, most of them would be starving. Treats should not require work just from the very definition of the word. Treat does not mean something you have to work to get. Even when the dog isn't expected to "work" for the treat, the humans still expect a dog to walk over to them to get it. This is ridiculous thinking. When a dog has had a full day of napping, he or she does not want to walk over to get a treat from the humans. The humans should bring said treat to him. It isn't like the humans aren't lazy. I'm sure I'm not the only dog who has noticed that they can't even get up and change a television channel themselves. They have to have a "remote" that does it for them. This brings me to my final point. I guess a dog is going have to invent a remote that dispenses dog treats because the humans probably won't ever get it done. Please hurry...my paws are getting tired!