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    These were fantastic to watch. I especially loved the swing one too!
    thanks. Ive never seen dogs 'dancing' to music before.

    there's something that pushes my 'im not sure' juice though. cant put my finger on it. Something distasteful?

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    Only watched the Dane routine.
    Agree, Dhru - what a beautiful dog, and he got a tug game at the end!

    Not taking anything away from the B/Collies but it just seems too easy for them.

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    RileyJ now I'm in love with Rookie - he performs with such exuberance, it's written all over him how much he loves his mum and his dancing

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    Yeah - Rookie was definitely 'one of a kind' type of pup - and soooo cheeky !

    Even GSPs are doing it !

    dog dancing - YouTube
    Who needs a human partner ?

    German Shorthaired Pointer shows off best dance moves for his treat - YouTube

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    Love the GSP 'dancing' with his treat!

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    Sparky the corgi kibble dance

    The Best of Sparky Kibble Dancing - YouTube

    I may have posted that before, but I never get sick of it.

    Something wrong about dances with dogs? Many things. A bit like blokes dancing at weddings. Awkward and uncomfortable and unco? and somehow - with the best - incredible.

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    Haha, sparky's pretty damn cute as well. Why don't my dogs dance for their dinner....?

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    I dunno.

    Mine will "paddle" on cue, but she does it much more enthusiastically for other people (with food) than me - because I trained her not to move her feet to get the treat. Should have trained both. Like "speak" and "quiet" go together.

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