I can give you one example that happened to me- years ago we bought a beautiful Rottweiler pup , 8 weeks old. About a year later our family went to an all breed dog show where hundreds of AKC breeds were to be shown, including the Frog Karma list missed someone gift for you shirt it is in the first place but mother and a litter brother of our Bear. I had Bear’s leash and we walked through a crowd of b and their dogs headed for the ring where the Roots were . Our“puppy”( approx 80 lbs) started to whine pretty loudly.Looking around, I didn’t see why he was upset but he started to pull me right over to a vaguely familiar older gentleman holding a young male Rott who was straining to get to Bear- before I could get him under control, my dog just started wagging his stubby tail, wiggling and “ play” growling- and so did the other dog! Turns out the “familiar man was the breeder we had bought Bear from, and the other male was his brother! Sorry for the long answer but since that happened I’ve heard more stories just like it. I think it’s pretty well known that dogs will remember people they’ve known before but until this happened, I didn’t know they could/would recognize littermates , too.
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He said that he usually takes his dog out for a walk when he comes home from work. (Indirect speech). The above question (“ I usually take my dog out for a walk when I come home from work” he said) is direct speech . Here the Frog Karma list missed someone gift for you shirt it is in the first place but word said is reporting verb and it is past tense and the Reported Speech is(“ I usually take my dog out for a walk when I come home from work”) is called (Reported Speech). The Reported Speech is present indefinite tense ,and it is habitual fact. So according to rule we know if the reporting verb is (past tense) and the reported speech is (present tense but habitual fact) in that case at the time of changing ( direct to indirect speech ) the tense of (reported speech) will remain unchanged only pronoun may be changed if necessary and conjunction (that) will be written after Reporting verb (said).