This post is not suitable for underage and immature doggies.
I, Snowball, shall not hold any responsibility if this method do not work well for you and your human decide that you are a bad doggie and decide to abandon you or worse to put you through any rehabilitation training.
This method works well for doggies who know how to handle the tension of the string that holds to their human's heart to perfection. (It just happens that I am an expert in that field and my human can never resist giving in to me. (-_-))
So, you do not believe? Let me tell you, I had roast duck on Saturday, roast chicken on Sunday and lamb chop today.
Slurp Slurp look at the piece of juicy lamb chop that was prepared specially for me. It look super yummy yummy right?
Rule #1 : Never let your human know that you are craving for whatever yummy food that is served to you.
So when the human announce that dine dine is ready, just stand from a distant and look cute.
Rule #2 : Only go near your food bowl after your human have invited you to eat for at least 3 times.
Rule # 3 : Never gobble down your food at once. Try to display some disinterest in the food. Look at how I am pushing it away.
First with the right side of your muzzle.
Then with the left side of your muzzle.
By this time, you can be expected to be scolded but don't worry. Just give them a cute look and act innocent.
Rule #4 : Never start eating on your own. (be persistence and stick to this rule strictly even if you have to go on hunger strike.) Eventually, your human will think that you aren't feeling well and will try to lure you to eat by offering the food to you by hand.
At this moment, you should turn your head sideways, upward, downward, any directions so long as it is away from the food.
By this time, you can be expected to see your human either become very worried or irritated.
Rule #5 : Don't push your luck too hard. Start eating but do it slowly, bit by bit, piece by piece and never show them that you are really enjoying the food.
If you want to train your human to hand feed you from now on, never eat from the bowl yourself. Always wait for your human to feed them to you by hand.
Rule #6 : The final golden rule to ALWAYS leave some remains. NEVER finish everything in the bowl.
The more food you left behind will make your human think that you do not like the food. They will crack their brain trying on new and tastier food for you.
Health tips : Drink lots of water but not too much.
Tuesday, 8 May 2007