Everyone agrees that a dog is the ultimate example of loyalty. They give us everything they have. When a person adopts a dog as a pet, they are essentially providing it with a new place to live. A house where baby can develop, enjoy its favourite foods, play in the garden, make neighbours and friends, feel safe and loved, and do so much more. A dog understands that. And certainly, the message is not perceived as “favours,” but rather as “love.” That is also how loyalty develops.
For dogs, loyalty comes very naturally. You might argue that it was pre-programmed into their behaviour and that they were given the key to unlock it whenever they felt someone was deserving of a dog’s loyalty or trust. There are probably many dog owners out there who are aware that dogs have what’s known as a pack mentality. The meaning of that, for those of us who don’t know, is that dogs are extremely social. They adore spending time with other animals. And it is precisely because of this pack mentality that they are devoted to their human companions.
Here’s another bizarre fact about these cute and devoted animals. They have an incredible sense of smell. A dog’s owner’s fragrance is what first excite them when a strong, unbreakable bond is built between them. A dog’s brain becomes completely euphoric when it detects the fragrance of its owner. You may call it their love trigger. So, yes, dogs are intelligent and they can recognise people.
But! Why does a but have to follow every statement. In the midst of our dark days, our adorable and brave good lads have taken it upon themselves to make the internet laugh. They don’t even make an effort; they’re just being inherently stupid people. You’re going to experience all kinds of mental turbulence as a result of the narrative I have for you today, which obviously involves a dog.
Today’s tale comes from a dog owner whose pet was tricked by a bear into opening their garbage can. Well. Where should I start? Everything about this narrative is quite bizarre. It seems that black bears in Ontario, Canada, enjoy rifling into random people’s trash cans. A bear? a garbage can So they don’t raid animals anymore? Anyways, this one black bear had been plundering very specific trash can belong to one house, for many days. Even the dog in the house has been struggling lately to carry out his proper responsibilities.
Why, I hear you ask? This is due to the fact that every time the bear visited the house to raid their trashcan, it brought a deer’s bone as a reward for the dog. In Ontario, Canada, black bears are not known for murdering deer, thus it is still unclear how that bear got its paws on those bones. But one thing is for certain—it was working.
When Jesse, the dog’s owner, learned of everything, he made the decision to post the entire tale of his dog, who he claims is generally very polite and loving, accepting bribes from a bear, on the internet.