"When you see a dog, you can not touch it" ... The reason is?
If your dog is lying in front of you with your feet in front of you, you may tickle or paddle your belly to the lovely eye.
But your actions are completely wrong and the dog is just a reference because you like it, an English animal expert said on Tuesday (June 6).
Jill Mackay, of the Royal Veterinary School of Edinburgh, said during a lecture at the Edinburgh International Science Festival. The event will be held from November 31 to November 15.
Dr. McKay said the behavior of dogs lying on their backs believes in the other, but this behavior has evolved in the course of communication with fellow dogs.
"If a dog shows this behavior to another dog, it's like saying, 'I believe in you and I think it's a good dog to stay with you.'"
"So when a dog gives this expression to a person he believes, the dog can be surprised if he tickles or touches the stomach," he said. "The dog just learned how to tolerate it."
"He acted like that in a good way, but the dog can be misunderstood," he added.
In addition, he said, the act of misbehaving dogs when a stranger came home and barking when the dog was barking or not letting a cat scratch the sofa with its claws was also wrong.
A better solution is to keep the dog quiet when he barks, ignoring the dog, and the dog will stop barking because he dislikes the behavior he ignores. If the cat scratches the sofa, it is better to provide better scratching and excitement, he said.