How do you teach your dog to play with toys?
The answer is: with diapers.
It turns out that babies don’t need to have toys to learn to play.
They can, however, train their bodies to accept diapers as a way to play and learn new things.
The new study, published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, used a technique called tethered feeding, in which the dog’s mother and the toy she’s given to play are tethered together in a small enclosure.
The dog was fed one diaper at a time, and the researchers measured how long it took the dog to accept each new one.
The diapers were then removed from the mother and placed in a bottle.
The study participants learned the diapers’ properties in less than two hours.
The results are a huge step forward in the field of toy training.
Researchers say that tethered diaper feeding is one of the most effective ways to teach your pet to accept new toys.
In the study, dogs that were given one or more tethered diapers learned to play the game with toys within 24 hours.
This suggests that the same trick might work for humans too, with infants having much more limited patience.