Dog Curious Why Human Doesn’t Use Head to Open Doors
Santa Monica, CA - Tyson, a seven-year-old Golden Retriever, expressed concerns as to why humans are not using their heads when opening doors.
“I just don’t understand why humans don’t use their heads,” explained Tyson. “Not only is it much more sanitary than, say, paws, but it also allows me to get a proper look at what lies beyond the door. ”
Tyson further expressed his confusion with regards to the use of keys.
“And what are those shiny things I see Roger using?” He continued. “I mean he installed this great doggy door for me, so why doesn’t he just get one for himself? It just doesn’t make sense.”
Tyson even went so far as to attempt to show Roger this alternate option.
“I’ve barked at him to watch me use my doggy door,” he stated. “I’ve been pretty consistent with showing him how I use my head to open doors around the house like the one to his bedroom and the room with the porcelain drinking bowl. I’m hopeful he’ll catch on. Even the cat gets it, but then again, as the old adage goes, you can’t teach an old human new tricks.”
Article by Jae Heller - @helleritsmee