We have a situation here that requires astute improvisation to bring about a satisfactory conclusion.
Say, there is this dog from hell, the neighborhood bully and full-time intimidator. It never seems to cease from barking (can be good, it's a dog thing) and constantly chases the kids in the neighborhood. It terrorizes the mailman. the delivery man, the utility man and just about everyone it comes into contact with. It's an equal opportunity terrorist.
It's not getting any better the owner of the dog is also out of control. He is extremely loud, foul-mouthed, quick-tempered and very cantankerous. He is also extremely unapproachable.
After careful scrutiny, one might surmise that both the dog and it's owner attended the same finishing school. THE SCHOOL OF MISANTHROPY.
Fortunately, there is a well-liked kid next door who seems to have some magical way of neutralizing their over the top behavior. Around him the dog does seem less aggressive and shows some signs of normalcy. The owner is also at his best behavior in the company of the kid. He is probably their only friend.
WISH ME LUCK, I will now attempt to give the kid the necessary instructions that are required to train the dog to be less menacing and less aggressive. After the dog successfully completes it's training and becomes a good behaved dog. I strongly believe that the ‘Domino Effect Theory" will kick in, as a matter of fact I am certain that it will. The “Domino Effect" will have an enormous effect on the dog, so much so that the dog will have no choice but to train it's owner to be a better person.
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