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Dumb Animals?

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Well, I know that they're not dumb, but that is intriguing, Graham! :agree:
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That was excellent Graham, Babs really loved that!! :thumbsup:

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That wouldn't work with our dog. Any treats closer than 3 feet (1m) are consumed within 0.0039721 of a second! ;)
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:lol: :lol: Enjoyed that. Thanks Graham. :thumbsup:

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Brilliant Graham.Thanks for posting :thumbsup: EricT
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Thanks Graham for posting that!

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I've been thinking more about that, and find it hard to imagine a dog holding food in its mouth while watching the performance.
I have seen animals showing concern for one another, but the toys don't look (or, probably, smell) like a real animal, so I have to be a party-pooper and say that the series was a set up with trained dogs. :OB:
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Noticed he didn't try it out on a Labrador.
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