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Topic - Bonnie Beaver
The next time you start shaking your finger and shouting "Shame on you!" because your dog chewed up your favorite fuzzy slippers, just remember that no matter how guilty your dog looks, it doesn't know what your rant is about.
Very soon, Cesar Millan will have a new television show, a book, a tour, a documentary, and _ if she says yes _ a fiancee.
Two kids, two pets, two jobs, too much.
At some point, your dog will probably cower, waiting for you to complete your meltdown, ditch the negative voice and lose the nasty body language, Beaver said.
Dogs can certainly learn from bad behavior, but rewards or punishment are most effective right after the wrongdoing, said Beaver, the veterinary professor.