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yes. you say the word 'treat' or 'cookie' in my house, you better be prepared with some for the beasts or you get harrassed!

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wow I can see it now... where did you meet your husband/wife? oh I met him/her while chatting on fml... that's just sad

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As long as she's good in bed. just don't spell F-U-C-K and she'll understand totally when you point to the bedroom.

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yes. you say the word 'treat' or 'cookie' in my house, you better be prepared with some for the beasts or you get harrassed!

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Yep, they know the word treat at my house too. They'll pause and stare at you, then bark obnoxiously until they get a treat... It also works in the opposite direction with the word 'bath'.

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My dog is the same was and when he is almost 12 years old it is hard to change him. We also can't say ball or car ride. Otherwise he expects it.

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it's called positive associaion. The dog associates the sound of "treat" with a yummy prize, toward which (theoretically) goes all crazy for.

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You're an idiot 17. Dogs can "understand" whatever language their owners teach them. They associate the words with food.

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17 If you teach a dog to sit then when they will sit when you say it. If you say 'who wants a treat' whenever you give him a treat he will know what you mean of you say 'treat'.

By  nep12

and if dogs were such smart muthaf***as, then you'd just have to get a french dog instead, then you'd know it doesn't understand anything ;-)

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