Good evening to all you wonderful people who love their pets so much that you actually take the time to help them and look for advice on the internet! I hope by the time you’re reading this post, you wouldn’t be so late about teaching your dog to drink and I also hope I’d be as useful as the one who taught you how to get your dog to pee!

Alright, let’s break it down to a few simple rules:

  1. Dogs are highly intellectual, they observe and learn.
  2. Dogs can feel thirsty, they will drink anything.
  3. Dogs can feel your frustration, they won’t ask you for anything if you show them you’re unavailable.

Putting the previous points in the head, now we can show your dog the correct way to drink.

First of all, you gotta make sure your dogs know that there’s only one source from which they can drink, and that is definitely the water you give them. Please make sure that your dogs’ surroundings are not moist and do not encourage them to lick every single drop on your chairs, TVs, plants or tables.

Now that you made sure your dog knows that you’re the only source of water, what would make them thirst the most? Well, of course, a sunny morning walk with your dog till its tongue sticks out dry is a way. Another way would be easier if your dog depends, mainly, on dry food. Now, we all know what dogs look like when they’re thirsty.

If you made it that far, chill, it’s okay to let your dog thirst a bit longer, make sure you know they’re not drinking their pee (the closest I had to my mind while writing) or anything else but what you really want right now is your dog to depend on you the way they wiggle their tails whenever they hear you calling them for a walk out. How?It’s easy, a thirsty dog will drink the very first thing presented to it by you and please, don’t ONLY fill its bowl and leave it there. No. You gotta make your dog actually watch you while filling it up. Make sure you’re looking at him and making him know you’re talking to him. That way your dog knows it’s about them.

Happy? How about you stick around while your dog finishes drinking, and time by time, your dog now knows who to go to if they’re thirsty just as they know who to go to when they’re playful, sad or even want to go out. If your dog is having any ‘physical’ technicalities as of being unable to stick their tongue out, please, don’t hesitate to go back to point number one and make sure they ‘observe’ so they can ‘learn’.

And, that’s it, folks! Thank you for reading this post and I praise your pet-loving personalities, please don’t stop loving them! They may be a part of your life but to them, you are their whole lives!

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