Shy dog? It has been said that shy and timid dogs can actually be dangerous as they are suspicious and they are prone to attack because they feel threatened. Usually smaller dogs are more likely to bite than bigger ones. Smaller dogs feel more intimidated. It’s important learn how to read their thoughts. It is also possible to transmit ideas or “picture thoughts” into their minds. Here are some tips on what you can do if you have a shy one:
- Face your dog
- Imagine your dog in a worrying situation
- Imagine your dog managing the situation confidently
- Watch how he achieves this successfully
4 cups whole wheat flour
2 cups rye flour
2 cups non fat milk powder
2 teaspoons bonemeal
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup corn oil
4 cloves minced garlic
4 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
3 cups water
4 cups ground cooked beef or pork
Previously heat oven to 175 C. and grease a large baking pan.
Combine whole wheat flour, rye flour, milk powder, bonemeal, and salt in a large mixing bowl. Beat the eggs, and blend them in with the oil in a smaller mixing bowl. Add in the garlic and Worcestershire sauce. Next, add the water to the flour mix and mix it all well. Fold in the egg mixture and combine it all evenly. Add in the meat and press it into the dough.
Put the mixture on the baking pan or pans. Make sure to distribute it well. Bake for 45 minutes and then cool. Once cool, break into pieces and refrigerate in sealed container or freeze in freezer bags.