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I taught my cat to find the treat by following my point.
Is it the smartest dog? Or just the most harshly disciplined? You be the judge.
I love them either way
When i make a pointing gesture, my dog thinks that there is food on the floor directly below my hand, no matter what direction i am pointing
I believe the dogs smarter than this peter puffer.
This is wonderful. 🙏 I wished there were more videos / documentaries like this about pigs 🐷 and cows 🐮 and other animals, because people already love and respect dogs, but sadly most people do not know that others are also this intelligent, loveable, social, playful and full of emotions. It would be fantastic if we could educate society more about the animals we do not love and respect enough yet, cause the enlightenment is simply missing. 💚
Buddy was doing similar things like chase. He is half collie lab. I would use toys and kitchen objects and some bathroom objects. They don't loose the pak instinct to take down a deer. I told my dogs Where food comes from and I actually told him what we buy and get and they know the meat and bone store is their favorite. They know about camping and hunting. I do have two labs and a german shepard. Buddy and the shepard took down a deer instinctly....while myself and my old 12 year old lab chance got hit by the rest of the deer herd running through our back yard. I got hit twice and chance got hit once. I'm lucky to be standing those hooves were sharp one went through my thick slipper and poked my foot at the same time they hit my shoulder and spun me. 2nd time I got hit in the shoulder I tried to stand still like a tree. It was so fast they were trying to protect me from the deer. After they kissed my face all over and husband helped me get the deer out of our yard the sheriff and I were amazed at the deer getting up and running out. It was a teaching lesson for me. I now know dogs tear apart toys similar to where they took the deer down. The neck and the back legs. They are very smart with a good instinct of protection. The toys and training is important to keep them understand the words( vocabulary). I will keep them learning.
This is fascinating and very cool, but intelligence is not relevant to how we should treat animals. Sentience is the only required criteria moral consideration.
I've always heard that dogs have the intellect of a 2 year old. Not sure why this is now news.
Is no one gonna point out how mobile he was?
She really kept him on his toes ☺
When my dog loses track of the tennis ball, I can point and I am over 100 metres away and he will go and look where I am pointing.
A good friendship . Lovely. Then is every communication possible.
Definitely smarter than AC.
My parents have owned many Labradors over the years and have raised four litters of puppies. One of the things you notice is the stark difference between an adult dog and how they were when they were a puppy. Their personality becomes more apparent and their ability to give and take is greater. They seem to develop more of a team mindset after a few years of wanting nothing but to play and explore. Puppies have instinctual empathy but aren't intelligent about how they engage in care. They'll misbehave and not know what they did wrong. An older dog learns what their owner likes and dislikes and will express shame and embarrassment when they do something they're not supposed to. There were certainly dogs my parents had that took longer to get to that point, but all of them eventually seemed like little people.
Umm yeah right, my dog has won that award every year, also best dog in the world.
Umm my pitbull can do that too, except he only has about 25 toys! And we play flip cup and he finds the right ball every time😅
I feel the same way about my dogs man! Unfortunately my oldest is up there and problems are starting it saddens me to watch her degrade! Breaks my ❤
Only took science 40 years to learn what normal people knew for centuries