Add Methods After Inheritance I believe Do Good

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I do everything correctly I take a constructor function, inherit from the super class, Dog.prototype = Object.create (Animal.prototype), then I declare the constructor of the type of the class I inherit. In addition to what Animal inherits, I want to add a behavior that is exclusive to Dog objects, perfect I did, when I try to call the eat method inherited from the Animal class, the console tells me TypeError: beagle.eat is not a function

  **Your code so far**

function Animal() { }
Animal.prototype.eat = function() { console.log("nom nom nom"); };

function Dog() { 
Dog.prototype =  Object.create(Animal.prototype);
Dog.prototype.constructor = Dog;

}

// Only change code below this line

Dog.prototype.bark = function() {
console.log("Woof!");
}


// Only change code above this line

let beagle = new Dog();

beagle.bark();
beagle.eat();



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Challenge: Add Methods After Inheritance

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This isn’t correct. You don’t want to define these within the Dog function.

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