1. Don't try to steal your dog's food.
Your dog has been waiting patiently and hungrily for you to actually feed him. He sits there looking at you chomping down a juicy cheeseburger while he drools in desperation hoping that you will offer him a piece or at least give him some food. You finally have filled your gut and decide to give poor Rex something to eat. You fetch his favorite food bowl and pour out some tasty dog treats for Rex. You remember that you had some piece of beef left over from a week ago in the fridge which you had planned to give Rex. You take the beef out and place it on top of his feed and give it to him. Rex is hungry and excited and begins to chow down on his juicy pieces of beef. You have a change of mind in giving him all the beef at once and decide to stick you fingers in his bowl to remove some beef. Rex growls and gives your hand a little nip. You quickly withdraw your hands and allow him to devour his meal. You actually deserved that after you chowed down on your burger while he was starving, now he thinks you were trying to muscle in on his meal, and he definitely was not going to stand for that. Next time share your burger!
2. Burglarizing Your Own Home
You have trained you dog to be the biggest, baddest and most intimidating watch dog on the block. Besides from terrorizing the mailman, he is a serious home and property protector that will back down at nothing to defend his owner and his property. You have a hot date one night and are running late and grab up your car keys and lock up our entire home and leaving the house key on your bed inside. Now after you and your date flopped you decide to go by jimmy's to have a few drinks. When you decide to leave and finally reaching home, you notice that your house keys are nowhere to be found. You begin to backtrack and it suddenly clicked in your tough skull that you rushed out and did not pick up your house keys off the bed. You could actually shoot yourself in the foot as your date flopped and now you locked your self out your own home. Your dog knows its you outside as you even stretch your hand through the gate to pet him. The gate is however locked and you have no way to get in your yard than to jump your fence to get the hidden spare key. You jump up on top of the wall and begin to climb down only to see your dog comes rushing and barking and nips you on the butt. Why? you trained him to do just that, you should be coming through the gate, not over the fence. You deserve to be bitten!
3. Smelling Like Dog Food
You have bought some very good smelling dog food. You open up and dipped your hand in the bag and examined the feed. Now you have a tasty and good smelling dog feed all over your hand. Instead of going to wash your hand you decide to go pet your dog. Your dog is no idiot and smells something that should be in his belly. He begins to rapidly lick your hand and decides to give it a little nip. You scold him and send him to his duvet for a time out. Your dog did nothing wrong, you cant cover your hand with dog food and expect your poor dog not to want to eat it. For smelling and tasting like dog food you deserved to be bit.
4. Playing Dead
Your dog loves you so much and would do anything to protect you. You know how passionate he is so you decide to play a little trick on him to see his reactions. You are playing throw with him in the backyard and you decide to fake drop dead. He runs up to you with the ball in his mouth and places it at your hand and barks, you lie there motionless and not responding to him. He decides to lick you face to see whats happening, he gets no response from you. He is now worried and begins to bark frantically hoping that someone will either hear him or his barks will wake you up, no such luck. He decides to do the next best thing. He is thinking that since his barks and face licks can't revive you, maybe a little nip on the ears will do the trick. He nips you on the ear and you jump out of your fake death scene. He is happy again now that you are "alive" and wants to continue playing. For faking your death with your dog, you deserve to be bitten.