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    I came home & found that "confiscated" Easter Eggs had been raided.
    They were in a plastic holder, inside a plastic bag which was in a tub with a locking lid which itself was in a plastic bag..lol

    If Kimba is guilty of something she will not look at you. If Kimba played no role in this then she would have at least sniffed the wrapper, she didn't because she knew what was inside it..lol

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    How cute lol

    If I see faces like that when I get home I know that something has been destroyed

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    Not Guilty

    A Glimpse at "Guilty" | Susan Garrett's Dog Training Blog

    Dogs are not people.

    Cute video tho. She's got you well trained.

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    There are the tell tale signs that it was her.
    1.Unless Buddy jumped to the 3rd shelf (which he could no physically stand up in) she got them down. Only she could reach them
    2. The container had a lid with 2 clips that locked it. She is patient & can figure out how to open things like doors & cupboards. Buddy just doesn't do things like that.
    3. When she destroys something/steals food she does it in that basket. Buddy will hide anything under the bed.
    4. With her diet she is food obsessive and if I show her anything in my hands that has even the slightest chance that could be food she investigates.
    5. I held up a chewed up bucket before & didn't say anything. Kimba just looked at me & Buddy ran under the bed.
    Another time I found a chewed up fish food container, I held it up & buddy looked a it as if it was food and kimba looked straight at the ground.

    Kimba won't do it unless she has done something bad..

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    Hahaha, they both look guilty as sin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Not Guilty

    A Glimpse at "Guilty" | Susan Garrett's Dog Training Blog

    Dogs are not people.

    Cute video tho. She's got you well trained.
    Maybe that dog acted guilty coz it thought it would get the blame LMAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Not Guilty

    A Glimpse at "Guilty" | Susan Garrett's Dog Training Blog

    Dogs are not people.

    Cute video tho. She's got you well trained.
    Awww, I wanted to cuddle the second dog. The first was hilarious, but the second made me feel sad.

    Its interesting though isn't it. Is there any text explaining this further or just the clip??
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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    Do you know, I really question this "dogs dont feel guilty" thing.

    Sometimes if I am accused of doing something that I didnt, I still feel guilty for some reason. Could be the sme with that dog/

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    I understand the guilt thing completely. If for some reason Tessa had weed inside she will lay in her bed when u get home looking guilty just wagging the tip of her tail
    If u point out the evidence she will either run or lay upside down. She knows she will never get hit and I don't yell at her.

    With Harley and lily if something is chewed or one has broken in under the fence I can always tell who the culprit is.

    In my opinion they know.

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    I'd actually like to see the comparison in behaviour between the same dog 'acting' guilty vs actually being caught guilty.

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