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    I can say to Meika "bring me a ball" or "bring me a squeaky" or "bring me a rope" and she knows the difference. If I say "bring me a toy" then she will pick up whatever she wants to play with at that time. Molly doesn't quite get it yet- she's a bit dopey haha

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    That's hilarious Beloz, thanks for the laugh.

    I had a rottie like this, he was very 'special'. And so cute, he so wanted to do things to please, just could never figure out where his body ended, and walls began etc. Or that towels were not monsters. And shiny things couldnt kill him.

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    Frosty brings me the empty squirrel dude for refills. but other than that, she isn't much in to fetch.

    which is really annoying when it comes to agility training and reward placement...

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    I noticed last night, one of my cats made her own barrier test!

    We have two doors leading out of our living room to different parts of the hall, one is always closed. She was pushing her favorite toy (a balled up pipe cleaner) under the closed door, then running around to the other side to get it. Such a clever puss - but then she outsmarts me all the time! She taught herself how to play fetch!

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