You know you’ve got a problem when you have to ask, “Who killed the rat and brought it inside?”
Poor dogs. They’re so ashamed when you upbraid them for doing something wrong. It’d be nice if “educators” had that capacity. The thing with dogs, though, is that they only know it was wrong after they’ve done it. But then it’s too late.
It’s not that a dog has no conscience. It’s that he has a tardy conscience–always one key step behind.