We have always had the habit of keeping dogs, because dogs are not only able to look after homes and nursing homes, they are also very cute. Even now, many people like to keep dogs as pets to accompany themselves, but even if our dogs are good There are also times when troubles occur, such as Husky, when a demolition team is alive. When we return home and see a mess in the house, we will inevitably get very angry and ca n’t help but want to teach the dog, but even if we treat the dog again Fiercely beat it and scold it, it will not resist, but endure in silence, why is this?
In fact, a dog is a very sensitive animal. It not only has a strong sense of alertness, but also has a sense of territory. Therefore, when it is attacked, it generally resists. Even if there is no aggressive behavior, it will bark loudly. Dogs have never been this way when facing their owners.
There are two main reasons for this. The first is social status. We know that the relationship between dogs and wolves is inseparable. Even if we have been domesticated for tens of thousands of years, dogs still retain many characteristics of wolves. We know that wolves generally live in groups and have a strict hierarchical relationship. Generally The wolf is absolutely afraid to fight against the head wolf, and once the dog has established a domestication relationship with the owner, it will certainly guard faithfully and will not hurt the owner.
Secondly, we know that dogs are actually very smart. Their IQ is equivalent to that of a three- or four-year-old child, and they can already understand some things, so they know that their masters scolded them because they did something wrong. Silently endure, and sometimes choose to avoid.
In addition, we know that dogs are basically with us throughout their lives, so they have a strong dependence on their owners, so even if the owner hits and scolds them, they will not avenge them, and they often play tricks and tricks. It is just because of their nature, because it is too lonely at home, what do you think about it? Back to Sohu, see more