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    Fido didn't learn that over night, and there are hints he's being coached. Plenty ok. But somehow he's got concept of what happens as he 'sorts' tire size, and completes the effort.

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    What a smarty dog, he needs a good scratchin

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    Very clever. He should be on Britain's Got Talent.
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    Very impressive. I love to watch animals solve problems. Some of them are much better at it than some people are!!!

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    I would rather watch this dog than the humans!
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    Very clever. He should be on Britain's Got Talent.
    The dog is cleverer than me: I would go back fo a fifth tyre and then drop several.

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    You can tell by the dog's rig that he is a service animal for a blind person or someone who requires a handle to steady themselves. this dog has undoubtedly visited the market many times with his human and has learned the routine well enough that he can visit the market and bring groceries on his own. A truly amazing animal.
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    While I was in Reno at TESLA, the hotel hosted a 3-4 day gathering of service animals, trainers, and owners. Dogs all over the place, literally a few hundred. Some were trained, others there for acclimation to crowds and disturbances. It was supremely interesting.
    A cross street neighbor of the building has one, more of the companion animal, but can still do all kinds of tasks.
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