A man has two dogs: a hound and a housedog.
He trains the hound to help him hurt and teaches the housedog to watch the house.
When he returns home after a day's hunt, he always gives the house-dog some meat. The hound feels very angry. He says unhappily to the housedog, “Where I work very hard outside, you share my food.” “Don't blame me, my friend. You should blame the master. He doesn't teach me to hurt, but to share other's food,” the housedog answers.
Don't blame children for the mistakes of their parent