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    This morning's training session ended with Taffey. She's more than just along for the ride.

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    It's hard to see them grow old.
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    Good stuff Jim! Thanks for sharing!!
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    I'm still trying to figure out if we're talking about the dog, or the handler.
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    Reminded me of my 14 year lab. Got to where she couldn't climb up out of the water with a bird, so I wound up retrieving them and letting her bring them from the bank to the blind. She refused to stay home though. Bar-Bee passed long ago leaving me with only memories now. How quick the time goes, enjoy it while it's here.
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    Did you notice the way Taffey's tail was wagging. She looked like she was having a good time. Great stuff.

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    Great job Taffy and Jim. Jim I have always enjoyed your posts and your Kwick Labs training site. A teacher who continues to share his lesson plans! Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copterdoc View Post
    I'm still trying to figure out if we're talking about the dog, or the handler.

    Wow I was thinking the same. I was going to say something like the dog is fine not sure about the handler.
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    I love it.
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    That's great

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