We can’t always look after our dogs. We need to go to work and make money if we wish to provide for our pets in the first place. As much as we’d want to, we can’t possibly cuddle or play with our canine companion 24/7.
That’s where technology comes in. Nowadays, we can rely on spy cameras to check up on our dogs whenever they are left alone in the house. Some of these gadgets have been outfitted with a variety of practical features.
For example, these gadgets can send you notifications for when your dog is active or barking. Others even allow dog parents to toss a treat to their doggo from miles away via a built-in remote-controlled contraption that comes with the camera. Yes, these features are quite utilitarian.
That does not mean a canine spy camera cannot be used for something fun. By something fun, we mean spying on our pets to see how they’ll react to certain stimuli when they think no one’s watching.
In this video, we meet Maya, a fluffy white doggo that’s subjected to a series of patience and obedience tests by her power-tripping human. The tests come in five levels. Essentially this dog’s being gauged as to whether she has it in her to delay gratification when presented with yummy looking food.
The first level is easy enough. Maya is tempted by a plateful of pizza. Our dog gets to keep his mouth away from the food.
For level five, the last and most challenging, the dog’s tempted by an array of delicious treats. These include cakes, raw fish, fruits, pizza, sausages, raw meat, and a hamburger. Despite all these temptations, Maya once again succeeds.
Maybe Maya’s on a diet. Or perhaps she knows her mommy enough to figure out what’s happening.
Thanks to mayapolarbear