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    Duke is so hyper that I have decided not to try to teach him anything. He just can't handle pressure of any kind - freaks out and runs. He is housebroken and feels secure in his house and fenced in yard so I leave it at that. Lately noticed him trying to fit in with M&J and doing things I never taught him, he just imitates them. I never tried to force taking a picture of him, but yesterday when I put M&J in a sit/stay and pulled out the dreaded camera, look who came into the picture with them uninvited (sig pic below). I often line up M&J when I give treats, put the treat in front of them and tell them leave it until they get the OK. Duke has been lining up right next to them and leaves it also. He hasn't figured out yet that "OK" means he can take it, but he will.

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    Awww, that is too cute! Love the photo!! He looks like he's admiring his wonderful trainers! Too cute! ;D

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    Duke is so handsome! It's great that he's trying to fit in with Mitzi & Judy!

    Quote Originally Posted by mitziandjudysmom
    I often line up M&J when I give treats, put the treat in front of them and tell them leave it until they get the OK. Duke has been lining up right next to them and leaves it also. He hasn't figured out yet that "OK" means he can take it, but he will.
    Aww! This made me smile.

    Teresa, mom to Brigetta and Prudence

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    This made me smile. And they say dogs don't learn by watching other dogs. I will NEVER believe that, and your story just bore me up!

    Frances

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    How cute! Duke's big sisters are good teachers!! ;D
    ~Veronica and Nikki~
    Sweet Emma, 16th of February 1996~26th of November 2010
    Always in my heart and soul. Together forever, my love....

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    Cute!!

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    awww, so cute!
    i too love hearing about duke and his big sisters!

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    Duke must be very smart!

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    WTG Duke!

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    That's so sweet; Duke wants to be like his big sisters. Good boy, Duke.

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