You have a splitting headache. As you open the bottle of Tylenol, it drops on the floor and 100 Tylenol scatter everywhere. Your dog eagerly leaps forward to help clean them up.
What do you do?
You ask your dog “leave it,” to which he responds by wagging his tail and looking at you.
Crisis averted and huge veterinary expenses avoided.
Here are some other ways “leave it” can be useful.
- leaving the cat alone instead of chasing it
- leaving the jogger as he passes by instead of barking at it
- leaving your hamburger on the table alone instead of gulping it
What would you ask your dog to leave, if you knew he could do it? Please leave a comment!