By Mike KrzyzewskiThe dogs who have become famous for their personality are always looking for the next challenge.
That’s what they do when you are not around, so when you ask them how they’re doing, it’s best to get them to answer questions that will get them the best of you.
That means they should not be embarrassed to say they love you.
The best dog trainers are experts in helping dogs to understand what is important to them and to respond to you.
But for those who are not so great with dogs, a little bit of good old-fashioned good naturedness is always helpful, even if it’s a little uncomfortable at first.
Here are some questions that should help make sure you’re getting the most out of your dog:What kind of dog is this?
What kind of behavior is it causing me?
What do I do to get rid of it?
How do I make it better?
Can I ask for more than one toy?
Can I give my dog the same toys or toys that I give to my other dogs?
Is it just me?
Can you just teach me to get it back?
How can I make the toy better?
Do I have to be really careful with the toys?
Can my dog go into a fight if I just leave the toys alone?
Can she learn to be aggressive to me?
Do you need to keep the toys in the same room?
Do I have too many toys in a room?
Can we keep the same ones for the dog to be more comfortable?
Do your dog want to play with the same toy every day?
How many days should my dog play with them?
What kind and size is this toy?
Are they big and small?
What are they made of?
Can they be stuffed and rolled?
How do I teach my dog to like this toy more and more?
Do you need more toys?
How often should my dogs play with this toy and what are the rewards?
How often do I need to teach my dogs the same behavior to get more attention?
Do the toys have tags or not?
Can your dog have a toy without tags?
Do they have tags?
Is the toy safe?
Do dogs know what is on the tag?
How long does it last?
Does my dog like to walk with a toy on his shoulder?
Are there toys that she likes to sit on?
What if she doesn’t like the toy?
Is this the only toy I use?
Do my dogs like this or another toy?
Do toys that are smaller make her nervous?
Are you using a different toy than your dog likes?
Do your dogs prefer a different type of toy?
Is your dog afraid of toys that don’t have tags on them?
How old are your dogs?
What’s the age range of your dogs and how old are they?
Are your dogs younger than your own?
What is your dog like?
Do he have good and bad traits?
What does he need to improve?
Do his socialization needs help with socialization?
What do I like to do to him and what is his personality like?
How long does this toy last?
How big is this item?
Do it take up a lot of space?
Is this too big?
Do we need to change the toy a lot?
Is he getting tired of it often?
What are my dogs favorite things to do with toys?
Do dogs like to play together?
Are their toys safe?
Are toys that they don’t like safe?
Are toys that my dogs enjoy being on top of safe?
Do my dogs want to have fun with toys that their owners do not use?
Do toys that you don’t use have tags that I don’t know?
Do they need tags or are they toys that come with them on their own?
Are they safe?
Can toys be taken away?
Is my dog comfortable with toys I have not used before?
Do we have a problem when one of our dogs wants to play alone?
Do any of our toys have a tag?
Do all our toys?
What is the tag used for?
Are all of our dog’s toys safe to play on?
Can you give them the same type of toys as other dogs do?
Do any of my dogs not like the same types of toys?
Is there a toy that you have never used before and you have to give it to your dog?
What about toys that your dog is not comfortable with?
Do other dogs have fun using them?
Is your dog interested in toys you use that your own dog doesn’t?
Do a little research on what kind of toys your dog really likes to play.
Are your dog happy with the type of play you’re giving him?
Is there anything he does not like?
Are you using toys that do not make him happy?
Do not put any of your own toys in your dog.
Do not put your own things in his toys.
Do you have a large box of toys to put in your pet’s crate?
Do not take anything from your dog that he doesn’t