It seems so easy to tell when our pups have done something wrong.
They won’t look at you with their big, lamentable eyes and they sneak around the house. It seems that guilty puppies play just like toddlers, completely and totally conscious of the fact that they’ve done something we won’t like. As it is about to change, though, their scandalous examinations are more about us than about them, and when we simply say they’re behaving guilty, we might be missing the real problem.
Alexandra Horowitz conducted an experiment about the guilty search our puppies render us as part of a study published in 2009.
In the experimentation, pup proprietors advised their pups to not feed a plow, then they left the area. When they came back, they were told whether or not their bird-dog ate it.
Some proprietors were told that their well-behaved hound had eaten the plow when they hadn’t.
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