Wow, check out this book - it's about dogs and math! Don't those dogs look somewhat smart? Of course, they're not quite as smart as me, but that's OK.
For example, I get 2 dinners and 2 desserts every day. If my Mom or Dad try to cheat me, I'm on the case - I let my needs known by sitting near my food bowl (for my Mom) or barking and jumping (for my Dad).
This is what worries me:
My Mom gives me one cup of food in the morning and one cup of food in the late afternoon. How do I know if I'm getting enough dog food? I can't count the pieces or weigh the food. WHAT IF I DON'T GET ENOUGH FOOD?
Now you're really lucky - you can count, add, subtract, etc. However, you do need to MEMORIZE your math facts so you don't get CHEATED - like I could.
Like I always say, the smarter you are, the happier you are. MEMORIZE your math facts as soon as possible so you can succeed in school. My Mom is a teacher, and she tells me that it makes a HUGE difference when her students have MEMORIZED their math facts. Being an intelligent dog, I ALWAYS listen to what my Mom says so you should, too, especially when it comes to those math facts. Start practicing now - right away. Otherwise, it could be RUFF going in school next year.