13 Responses to “Grounded”

  1. Sherry LaClair

    cruel? this is a place for lightheartedness! perhaps it would be better if the “parents” just let her play outside without being able to call her in when needed! BRAVO for the owners for caring about their dog!

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  2. LBHew

    My dog can speak human. He knows “come,” “sit,” “down,” “wait,” “stay,” “kisses,” “dinner” and “bed.”

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  3. Annie's mom

    Omg lighten up! It’s a joke but I share the dog parents’ frustration. My lab understands clearly the words ‘walk’, ‘ride’ ‘supper’, ‘nite nite’ to name a few so don’t tell me she doesn’t know what ‘come in’ means.

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  4. Peggy

    Poor thing! LOL!! Is this a Schnauzer? We have one too and he NEVER comes when called. Will turn around and look at me so I know he hears me, but just continues to enjoy whatever he’s doing. I don’t think this is cruel at all – in fact I think it’s quite hilarious. Lighten up people! Just chill….

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  5. Adrian

    My dog pretends to be deaf when I call him. I can yell at the top of my lungs and he continues with whatever he is doing. Doesn’t even turn his head to look at me. But if I whisper scrambled eggs or yummy time…one-dog stampede!

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  6. Napole

    Oh, this pup and any well-trained dogs DO know and understand what “come” means. They brilliantly choose to ignore it. That is all. I always ask those who want smart dogs, ” But are you smart enough for them?!!”

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  7. Sue Andersen

    Instead of “come” which my dog ignores like its his job, I yell “treat” he comes every time. Sometimes he even gets a treat when I say it.

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  8. Julie

    My dogs both understand plenty. . .they just have very selective hearing. Kind of like my kids. And my husband.

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