Owners can now teach a canine new tricks by leafing through the Physics for Dogs, and going through extensive training.
Physics for Dogs is a book written by John-Andrew Sandbrook and Dara Flynn that encourages owners to have their canines challenge the realms of motion, energy and force. Instead of teaching the canine how to sit and fetch, the book instructs on more worthwhile tricks to stimulate a pet's brain. For example, they can be taught how to poop strategically, which should help in a variety of situations. They can also learn how to take down a mailman based on the ratio of force.
If you are a pet owner sick and tired of the same old tricks, then check out Physics for Dogs.
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