Neither of us expected she actually would.
The other morning, another of the REALLY cold ones, hubby took Cookie for a short walk by himself while I stayed with JD. As always, I reminded him to be good to her.
As they returned, Cookie walked into the house and she did not look happy.
"What happened?" I asked, "Cookie doesn't look very happy."
"In the middle of the walk," hubby replied, "she got a whiff of something and was trying to pull my shoulder out of the socket. So I got a bit cross with her. She was very good after that."
(I asked him to keep her mostly on the leash because it was way too cold for any big exploration adventures)
So that's what happened.
Cookie is a very emotional girl. Her feelings obviously got hurt and she remembered it all the way home. Then she walked in, "Mommy, daddy was mean to me."
So now we know. If you're mean to her, she WILL tell on you. Who would have thought.
From The End Of A Lead Line To Casa Jasmine: Meet Cookie, Our New Adoptee
Creative Solutions And An Incidental Product Review
Taming Of The Wild Beast: Cookie's Transition To Civilization
Staying On Top Of The Ears: Cookie Is Not Impressed
Who's Training Whom? Stick And Treat
Observation Skills Of Dogs
If You Want Your Dog To Do Something, Teach It
Tricks? It's Not Just About The Tricks
What Constitutes The Perfect Dog?
Are Dog Training Classes Really For The Dogs?
Look Where You Want To Go: Finding My Reactive Dog Training Zen Zone?
Dog Training And Emotions
Dog Training And Emotions: Postscript
Dogs Love Sentences In Question Form?
Not All Dog Trainers Were Created Equal Either
A Thought On Separation Anxiety
Happy One-Year Adoptoversary, Cookie!
About Freedom, Trust And Responsibility: A "Pilot Study"
So, We Have A Bear
About Happiness: What Makes Your Dog Happy?
Our Example Of The Use Of "Look At That" (LAT)
Why Do Dogs Dig?
Who Is In The Wrong?
Your Dog Wants To Follow You. You Just Gotta Be Going Some Place
We Still Have Two Dogs: A "Pilot Study" Part Two
Early Winter Safety: Exploring New Territories
Cookie Is Okay. We ... Might Be, Eventually. (Don't Try This At Home)
One Thing I Love About Winter: I See What They "See"
Give Your Dog What They Need, Get What You Want
Cookie, The First Of The Great Hunting Rottweilers
Distance Is a Relative Concept