Keep trying, it can be hard to train those humans.
and now you have to wait till 10pm after that time changing thingy :o)
Actually the government is going to help you. They've told us to move our clocks back one hour. So those previously 9 PM treats are going to be given to you at 8 PM (on DST) but humans will call it 9 PM on PST. Humans are confusing.
Sammy is on to something; daylight savings will work out for you!
Yeah! For once the government is on your side!!! Mol! Hang in there!! xx
At least you got them! Yum!
Oh, that's a GREAT routine!...except for the not giving them to you early part.Cammie!
Well, keep trying for the earlier times....eventually she'll get it!
Hi!! This is Cody!!! 9pm? I MUST start this! I get 10pm treats, then I start up again at 10:30 and 11pm (sometimes 11:30)...........Mom calls it "my buffet!" MOL MOL MOL! Love, Codycatchatwithcarenandcody
You've got your peeps trained!
sigh. It's too bad she isn't very trainable. Then you could move the treats back to 8. And you could try again at 9 to see if she'd forgotten she'd already given them out.
It's a shame some peeps are untrainable. Aroo to you,Sully
Phantom used to like to get his at 8:30 - that was his bedtime like clockwork. We usually get ours at 9:00 too, but if we get a chance, we give Mom the pleading stare earlier:)Woos - Ciara and Lightning
If you gave the treats at 8:30, they would still want them again at 9pm ;-)
We get 10 PM treats but we start waiting at 8:30 too
Sounds like bedtime snack time!
We have a snack at bedtime. So the time can vary. But we always start early to remind HER, do we understand why you NEED to start early.
Keep working on her she'll give in eventually. We start working on mom at 3 pm for our dinner at 4 and she always gives in early! Love Dolly
Humans are SLOW learners!Hugs, Sammy
You need to run around the house and bark and whine! It works for me!Love ya lots♥Molly
Oh man.....humans can be so hard to train!! Liesel finds whining incessantly really helps her cause....and scratching the cupboard...that really gets their attention!
That sounds like a pawsome treat tradition.