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J...thats great progress. You dog was so cute. Positive conditioning . Once they get it they will return to their :smell: and go aaigin

Over the last three weekends we have spent two nights on the Wye...Dividing Creek and Granary Creek. NOo better place in the world in the AM.

Dave


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