Have you heard the Longlegs saying “It's a dog's life?”. They mean it's a life of hardship. Don't you think that's strange when all they do is lie about, chase balls for fun and spend so little time on grooming themselves. Then the Longlegs dress them in silly coats and boots to go out in. Of course dogs can't be trusted and some Longlegs know this and keep them on leads.
Isn't it a life of opposites when Longlegs can't get things right like this. It's what makes me chase dogs when I see them or tease them. They have such an easy time compared to us Superiors. Why, I know one dog that gets carried about all day in a bag. Personally I'd find that humiliating.
Another thing some Longlegs get wrong is feeding. When I'm at home I've trained my 'The Him' to provide plenty of fresh chicken and my 'The Her' to make sure I get a choice in my sachets of Superior Superiors food. When I go to The Fursty Ferret I've been known to 'Borrow' a salmon but when I go to visit one of my friends places their Longlegs have tried to give me food from a tin and I'm sure it's not even fit for dogs. Of course I have to say thank you to them for trying but I found the best way to train them to buy better is to throw up on a carpet. Make a big show of doing it too so the message sinks in. After all, we're worth it and should have nothing but the best.
Now I know you don't want lessons all the time but you have to know the serious things, the important things, the things that make our lives as bearable as possible down at this level. So having explained all that I think the only other thing you need to know today is that rest is a necessity. Save yourself for when the longlegs feel playful, after all it's important to keep the servants happy. I think it's just about time for a rest now, I winder if my 'The Him' has got out of my chair. If not I'll have to teach him how to do so when I want it.
An Ancient Saying: Teach your Inferiors with kindness and patience; the chicken and salmon dishes will follow.