Owner unknowingly trained dog. The dog who scaled walls and the owner who unknowingly helped his pet do so.
Sometimes, we think we’re doing what’s best to solve a problem, yet unwittingly, we help create it.
Take this hooman who couldn’t understand how to keep his pet, Seori, inside the perimeter walls. The furry dog always scales them and gets out.
Seori’s dad then decides to add layers to the wall to make it higher. He thought that doing this would discourage his pet from jumping it to get outside.
This additional layer didn’t make it hard for Seori; it only made her want to get over the wall more. Her dad now didn’t know what else to do.
Seori’s hooman decided to chain the pet whenever he went on errands. Seori didn’t like this one bit, so the dad called for an expert to help figure what to do.
The animal behaviorist asked dad how he built the fence. Did he make it all at once? Dad said no, he worked on them during free weekends and added layers to make it a little higher each time.
Seori’s hooman got the shock of his life when he learned that he did precisely what dog trainers do to hone dogs’ jumping skills.
We find that adorable and equally amusing. The hooman dad and his wife couldn’t stop chuckling at the unintentional blunder.
So Seori thought her scaling skills were being put to the test, and she proved that they’re working just fine.
The animal expert then teaches dad what to do to help Seori stay home without chains. It involved a lot of cloak-and-dagger maneuvers, but it accomplished the goal.
Seori is now a trained dog.
Dad and Seori do not need to worry about each other’s whereabouts. Seori no longer needs to scale walls to look for dad, and dad knows Seori will stay home.
Our mad appreciation, thanks, and gratitude to these hoomans who consistently make the world a better place for pets!
Photo and video credits to SBS TV via YouTube