rockermom wrote:Dont dogs sometimes just not feel well? Like us.
Magnolia618 wrote:I'm so glad he's feeling better!!
(Just FYI... I wouldnt worry about making him vomit over one piece of chocolate cake. It takes alot of chocolate to do any harm)
Untill my son left his plate with steak on a low table. Whole piece of steak gone in a sec. Did not make a big deal it was kids fault for leaving it. Said bad boy and go lay down left it at that.
Maryellen wrote:Untill my son left his plate with steak on a low table. Whole piece of steak gone in a sec. Did not make a big deal it was kids fault for leaving it. Said bad boy and go lay down left it at that.
did you catch him in the act with stealing the steak? if not, dont reprimand him . if you didnt catch him in the act stealing it he wont know why you are reprimanding him , they dont have memory like we do.
He did wait till no one was looking, he was sneaky all right. Came from a down. Did not even know he got up. I happened to turn my head and saw him doing it. I was stuck at the table with company and could not get up fast enough to punish. However I was wondering what to do in these kind of situations. How to punish? Whats effective. guess a new thread on everday life issues would be great. We learned this stuff in class but it was all reward. for the good. The stealing off the plate never happened so never knew how to handle.Maryellen wrote:oh ok.. mine are sneaky, they will wait until jamie turns away and then grab.. they wont do it to me, they got punished severly for doing it so know i wont put up with it...now jamie on the other hand is a real softie, so they take full advantage of that.
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