How can you train your dog to lick their lips after they’re done drinking water?

My dog is a female chocolate lab (beautiful) and she doesn’t lick her lips after she is done taking a drink of water. After her last gulp it all falls out of her mouth and then trails it all over the kitchen floor. Its almost like she never learned it from when she was a puppy. How can we train her to lick her lips after she’s done taking a drink of water?

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8 Responses to “How can you train your dog to lick their lips after they’re done drinking water?”

  1. amberlikesflowers. said:

    Mm, show her videos of other labs licking their lips?
    Maybe she’ll get the idea.

  2. ? APBT Owner ? said:

    You can’t really teach a dog to do that…some dogs do and some don’t….its not like she had too….

    Shes a dog.

  3. rosie said:

    Well i never heard of this with a lab as they don’t have loose lips like a bull dog.Next time you go to the vet have them check her mouth for any growths in her mouth or maybe a baby tooth that needs to come out.If this isn’t the problem try smearing p-nut butter on her top lip to get her to lick her lips.

  4. NuttyforElmo said:

    If you can catch her doing it you can encourage it, otherwise you might need to put a mat under her water.

  5. Valeeuge said:

    You can throw 10 coats of paint on this trend of college edueatcd people with worthless degrees. But in the end, the stench still comes through. It always does.Until these women get it into their heads that they are the reason for their married status, then it won’t ever change. Here in my town we have a local woman who is head of the YWCA and also entrenched in government as a commissioner. What is the slogan of the YWCA and realizing that, what is her main goal in both “jobs”? Quotas for mainly women buy other “titles” as well no matter the ability to perform. It’s like Vietnam where the policy wasn’t to hold territory but to count dead bodies as a way to call victory. Yet that territory would be abandoned after a battle only for the NVA to come right back and take it over without a shot fired. And this was a war of attrition but it bit us in the ass because we had to constantly send men into battle to retake territory previously fought over and won. Nor could our country take the casuality numbers because of it. The same will happen with liberal social engineering but it’s going to take a lot more people to go through the meat grinder before it happens.Number’s games don’t work especially with liberalism pushing into the equation of titles and making sure they have adequate numbers in jobs even though they aren’t able to perform on individual levels. This especially applies to women.

  6. Ashwin said:

    Within the next 10 to 20 years, I can see the public eticaduon system actually swinging back to where they try to educate boys in a way that males can relate too. The situation we have now, where boys are actively worked against by the school system, simply isn’t sustainable. You can only go so many decades without educating an engineer before reality jumps up and punches you in the teeth.Either that, or everyone will be home schooling/private schooling, and the public system simply won’t exist anymore.

  7. Hussnain said:

    I actually thgouht this article by Mrs. Watters was a relevant and thgouhtful response to the grrl power so espoused by Mr. Hymowitz. I especially liked the advice to women at the end:Repent: If you’ve been part of the problem dating recreationally, unintentionally; sinning sexually; belittling men, believing the worst of them (men are brutes, women are angels) ask for God’s forgiveness and start afresh. Ask Him to give you His perspective on the problem.

  8. Nur said:

    I was actually mnaineg to mention that I myself recently started drinking Rumpleminze, mostly at your behest. It’s good stuff, I just need something to put it in because it is still pretty strong.Also, I got a bottle of the “berry Rumpleminze” which isn’t bad, but the only drink I can think of that it would go good in in Sprite.Any thoughts?




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