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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

TOO FUN!!!

I'm an animal lover...you know that. So many of you know that, that you send me little tidbits that I LOVE and in turn I want to share them with you.

You HAVE to watch this video! Special thanks to G McG in Canada who forwarded this to me:


PS...I tried this with Sadie and Buddy, but they just don't get it!!*LOL*

15 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing this Bonnie and GMcG. I loved it and will surely watch it again.
    Hugs JJ

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  2. This lady has agoraphobia and by working with dogs it helped her get out in public again. Amazing story!

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  3. wow that was too cute.. thanks for sharing.

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  4. She lives here in Oregon. Carolyn came to our Animal Shelter to visit, with my co-worker. She did a few steps with Rookie, just amazing. My dog just laughs at me, I'm sure.

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  5. I love this video! Thank you for sharing.

    By the way, what DO you do with plackets, and collars and cuffs? I've been eagerly awaiting your comment on this from a few days ago.

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  6. I couldn't teach my husband how to dance...hmmm...never thought about dancing with the dogs! That's fantastic!! (Wonder what Max and Lucy would think...)

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  7. What a neat video. Thanks for sharing it.I wonder how long it took to train that dog to dance like that.

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  8. THAT WAS AWESOME!!!!!

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  9. What I like most about it is that the dog looks so happy to be out there doing that - the tail is up and going the whole time. ;)

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  10. Do you think she could train a scottie dog? This is a great video! Amazing....

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  11. That's wonderful! I have a Golden, and she's always underfoot. I never thought about teaching her to dance.

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  12. What a wonderful video. Thanks so much. We have a border collie ourselves and she can do so many tricks. Then we have another dog that does a few tricks. :) Loved the video and then went on to view OTHER dog videos because then I was in Youtube. :) Take care, Linda

    http://twosucculentsisters.blogspot.com/

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  13. I have seen this video before and it is just as amazing to see it again!

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  14. That's fantastic! As someone who's participated in dog training I know, from experience, how difficult this kind of behavior can be to teach. These two make a great team, I'm gonna watch it all over again...
    thanks for posting it, Bonnie!

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