Wednesday, March 30, 2011

How to Interrogate a Dog

For fun...


For the record, dogs do not have the emotion of guilt, they are great because they only live in the moment, and this dog is reacting to the owner's emotion, demeanor, and gestures.◦
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3 comments:

Drew said...

Actually, I've heard that dogs do experience some form of moral guilt, and that's why they're easier to train than cats.

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Laurie Endicott Thomas said...

Dog express submission, which is what the second dog was doing. That doesn't mean that the second dog was the perpetrator. The showing of the teeth wasn't a snarl. It was a "submissive grin." Here's a picture of a wolf doing the same thing: http://www.firstpeople.us/pictures/wolves/monty/Tristans-submissive-grin-C24S3231.html