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4/7/20 2:59 P

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This is from our last dog show (March 1st, Rally Obedience Trial), just before all group gatherings were put on hold.

V, resting on her laurels



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4/7/20 2:54 P

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So cute that you've trained "sneeze".

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1/25/20 8:38 P

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That is so funny. Dogs are so different as is Gypsy and Tazzy. I enjoyed your story.

I am happy for the weight I lost. When I joined Spark People the first time in 2011, I was obese. Now I am back and have a few pounds to go!!
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1/25/20 8:17 P

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My poodle will sneeze on command! It is really cute. If he barely sneezes, I tell him, "Big sneeze." and he does.

I am happy for the weight I lost. When I joined Spark People the first time in 2011, I was obese. Now I am back and have a few pounds to go!!
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I've been trying to teach Halo to pick up his toys and put them in a copper pot that we use to keep them in. He picks them up just fine, but he doesn't like to drop them in the pot. I think it made a loud noise once and now he's not having it. I may try lining the pot with fabric and see if that helps. He's a smart one!

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4/30/16 7:54 P

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Molly likes to take toys outside. She never plays with them, just takes them out & lays them down. Anna doesn't do it.

At night, they both have to go out & pick up the toys are bring them in, and they both will do that. Of course, Anna knows there's a treat involved at this point.

If there is a toy out-of-sight, I tell Molly to go and get whichever toy it is. She looks like she stands, thinks, and then will go find it.


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Hey share something special or fun or silly your dog did!

Today I had Gypsy do the trick where she takes a treat from your mouth. She was perfect as usual.

So I tried with Tazzy, who responded with a confused head tilt. So I got closer and she nosed the treat. I said come on Taz, get it and put the milk bone back in my mouth. She head-butted the treat up and out of my mouth, ran over to it, grabbed it and made a mad dash to her crate.

I don't think she appreciates that trick!

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