Studying Japanese with Dog Food?

My piano students and I (and their parents) are enjoying a much needed break: はる の やすみ (Spring Break). However, my dog doesn't see it that way. He's pretty bored without the students. That meant that he was more than willing to participate in this impromptu Japanese study session. I made a face (かお) with dog food and pointed out the body parts to him. He waited patiently for me to finish before digging in:

Maestro poses patiently before eating my food art. Photo by R-M Arca.