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    Quote Originally Posted by griff68w View Post
    so i know more often then soft people will have hard mouth. but my guy has always been soft. he does find with birds and dokkens but almost cant hold a 2" bumper. yesterday my wife was getting eggs out of the chicken coop and he grabbed one, then brought it back to her unbroken. any thoughts?
    That wasn't trained for!
    But it could have resulted in the way It was 'responded to'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by polmaise View Post
    That wasn't trained for!
    But it could have resulted in the way It was 'responded to'?
    smart dog ....knows the difference between scrambled and over easy ....properly trained in my opinion ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve schreiner View Post
    smart dog ....knows the difference between scrambled and over easy ....properly trained in my opinion ...
    Now, If we could just get the handler and dog to do it on command? without egg on the face.
    Smart dog= Smart handler=Smart ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by polmaise View Post
    Now, If we could just get the handler and dog to do it on command? without egg on the face.
    Smart dog= Smart handler=Smart ?
    very good .....I've had that happen to me once or twice .....Steve S
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