Relationship Tips

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Dogism #1: Dogs don’t speak human
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Dogism #1: Dogs don’t speak human.

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Dogism #2: Dogs evaluate situations differently than us.

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Dogism #3: Dogs don't deliberately do things to make us angry.
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Dogism #3: Dogs don't deliberately do things to make us angry.

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Dogs are Emotional Creatures
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Dogism #4: Dogs are emotional creatures.

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Dogs work for rewards
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Dogism #5: Dogs work for rewards.

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Relationship tip #6.
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Dogism #6: Dogs learn better ok rather than what is not.

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Relationship tip seven
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Dogism #7: Dogs need physical and mental stimulation.

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Dogism 8. Dogs don't listen for three primary reasons
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Dogism #8: Dogs don't listen for three primary reasons.

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