Those Wonderful Dogs
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- [Washington, D.C.] : National Geographic Society
A beautifully photographed documentary about dogs: dogs' herding skills, dogs helping handicapped persons, dogs in combat, dogs in rescue missions, and search dogs in disaster areas.
- 2015-07-25 00:07:52
- The English language contains dozens of words that describe the dog yet none alone seems entirely adequate loving loyal devoted. Amusing spirited tires. How they and tend to like writing nowadays. And how they work far down through history. No other animal has served us and as many were. Called by one philosopher or the noblest beast God ever made the darkness that work on farms and in past years around the world. Thank. The probing reaches of the frozen north. As comrades on the battlefields of liver. Seeking even the faintest center of the buried victim of disaster. Or a hiker was lost his way. And he is the devoted servant of the ill elderly and handy. We will never know exactly how this unprecedented partnership came about or when but one story tells us in the beginning God created. But seeing him so feeble he gave him the dog. And. The same. Every year since eighteen seventy seven a stylize ritual has been repeated in Manhattan the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show The World Series of dogged them some twenty six hundred dogs all purebreds and Prize winners in other shows will compete Westminster now welcome to hundred thirty breeds and varieties. They're a fifty two million dogs in the United States. While some romp in the are no sleep by the fire. Others are being carefully printed in prime to take on ribbons. Letting the right. Do you. Want. The you the. And the development of don't spect the new. You know the of. Those thought it might be the natural science no way to preserve its followers. Right out of. The free ride on the back. While most still dogs today perform the labor toll on outside the arena. Historically their ancestors worked side by side with the man in fact all unique and splendid partnership with the dog began as a working relationship as long as ten to fifteen thousand years ago. Over the centuries many of their jobs became obsolete. One of his continued is tending She's in New Zealand sheep outnumber people twenty to one and a saying goes no dog no shepherd no shepherds no sheep. No she won't meet. With dogs at their side New Zealand farmers now rank second in wool exports and are near the top in meat products. Some of New Zealand's back country is so remote it is only accessible by helicopter. The dogs may not like the riots but where the shepherd goes so goes his devoted dog. Grant and Robin called or run a sheep station on New Zealand South Island. Grant is a champion breeder and trainer of sheep dogs in the tradition of his father and grandfather before him. Much of New Zealand is mountainous country. Suitable only for grazing without the sheep dog and this would be wasteland. Working there thirteen thousand acre property with no additional hands the husband and wife team heard seventy five hundred sheep to feel you are new to pass that that has been a rock with a fine lot just to get that but thanks for the dogs we can manage to do with the if we can. Wouldn't do it because we have two sons that they still at a boarding school because of the distance we live from Moscow and five last night here my new on air on thin ice and the and all we really have to help us at all. The useless family could come on to the splice with my team that August and I work at had a work permit and I actually Michael living as a year that if you took my dogs or Ryan Leaf may on this place really looking bright and twelve months. In a pop ups come on I have to give him one of the two types of dogs the called is breed is called a hunter way. Grant begins training at about three months. Hunter way is work the sheep from behind facing away from the shepherd as the first signs of a pop star and to work is to go over there like that until I started shape if I put a strong on that part of the noise would start coming next the makings of a hunter I don't know. If you sheep in the D.C.U. can we. Even early in the training a simple tug of the strings. Keeps this pub facing correctly when you're bored with the world for the. Most. Part of this six month old puppy is learning not only one to bark but went to stop once a sheep obey Him or the shepherd commands. Oh my God And I know when I got on. The ground that's good. The second type working the call the sheep is called a hitting dog they virtually never bark but control the sheep entirely with their eyes. She tries to Mr Merrill as them she can introduce his sales quietly looking straight into the sheep so I see. Why senior the Calders round up in the high country. Twenty five hundred of their She sharing to send to market or in this instance to be to protect their work. Robin works on a high ridge and Grant is lower down as they and their ten dogs begin to pull the flock together. Because she's the New Zealand have no natural enemies they have never developed a herding instinct and therefore spread far afield. The norms are kindness and would literally work come to lay drop it's not unusual in the course of a day for them to cover up to fifty miles. Over the years man has channeled the dogs engines hunting instincts into herding and driving behavior. Shepherds command the dogs with words or by whistling. That if by sick commands the run command. Running around Florida Eikenberry at the. Left hand the. Right hand. The past. Our house from Africa on the. Senate to do albeit take man School in more forms Well I got on the other one is. MY GOD. Tad the bullying about the five dollars Jack. Enormous property they would in extreme conditions in old top and we have to have even one of them in our sort of conditions saving might be against the law to have kept a model of snarl molding build up on him I was told I was drawn around by Will goal I strongly of best to do some complaints about jobs. I'm focused on them. Like Army sergeants on alert the dogs keep the clock moves one week's time the remarkable team of two people and their ten steadfast Doms have completed the round of. The my. Dog to it's never done any finishing on the hills becomes and of the real hard top slogan in the hard yards the harder it gets smaller shape but they had Dan in one guy and read. Again to only work with Wanna take God's in Riyadh so we can now than I can say that each dog its team of it's a top dried dusty dating Greg. Because of the intense heat. Tired feet often don't want to move to using traffic jams in the tank contents of. The finally offenders but don't you simply make a sight more of the backs of the see you. The you. That's a chemical dip or protection against external parasites the sheep will be set free men to wander up to the high country again to grains until the next round of and then once more when the shepherds head for the hills. Their canine part of the by the. The you. Are asked to spend on the hill course and exist. The companionship. And love and had worked that they give to us. You could never a safe from any other animal in the world today is forward looking New Zealand the farmers are raising and I'm like. Play animal dear the antlers I used in oriental medicine in the market from venison continues to increase worldwide. The US there are more aggressive than feet and harder to control but the shepherd times it no surprise that the versatile dogs easily meet the challenge. The New Zealand farmer and his dog and have become a world famous partnership today more than two hundred thousand such dogs are on the job across the country. Probably the most photographed as this one public tribute to dogs that help keep the economy is so vital and alive. The origins of the domesticated dogs lie shrouded in the distant past but it is generally agreed that the dog evolved from the roof or that both share a common ancestor. Worlds and dogs have the same basic anatomy physiology and patterns of behavior and underneath the dog's domestic facade lie the instincts of a predatory Hunter. Girls little grand hunting packs unlike other mediator in such as members of the cat family that ambush their prey and wolves stalk chase after and run down prey. However as the world quickly learns even with the cooperation of the pack. He is no match for an animal is lodges a bicycle. The mainstay of the world style around a moves the size of deer small no loose or L.. Pack behavior is strictly regulated by a dominance hierarchy understood by all members and the dog pack loyalty is basically an altered even after thousands of years of domestication. The main difference is the dog looks to man as leader of the pack. Modern day scientists have pondered flying early man himself a flesh eating Hunter would have turned competitors like wolves are wild dogs into allies. And I'm a behaviorist Dr Michael Fox one of the world's leading experts on worlds and dogs as one explanation for how the partnership may have begun. But I feel that dogs and humans came together. Because of the similarity in lifestyles to the degree that we hunted in small packs we would gather a hunters and the dog wolf ancestor was like that too and it's quite probable that the early hunting societies found that dogs were pretty good allies if they were properly socialized to help locate and even ambush prey. Dogs and their long association with us. Have powers of manipulation in one sense We've domesticated them but they have domesticated asked him we have the situation where the dog will come up and just look at you and look at you and you have to feed it the dog knows how to touch your heart. They have the power in the eye. Some people think that their dogs have E.S.P. that they know what you're feeling and thinking that their acute observers of our body language and the rest of happy or anxious and reading all that all the time because that's how they communicate with each other to. In finding out about each other in the rest of the world. Smell is the dog's primary tool it is said their ability to smell is at least five hundred times greater than our own. They're hearing two is better than ours but they see less well and are color blind. There are three hundred fifty recognized greens of dogs in the world regardless of outward differences they are all the same species. Canaan familiaris. The wide diversity in appearance can often be explained by the work. Humans have bred dogs to do. In the language of his native Germany. Doxil and means Badger dog the short stubby legs on narrow body made him I do your persuasion in tomorrow's out to pray. Terriers to read small unloaded ground so they could plunge into a dark holes in pursuit of rats or foxes. The name of terrier comes from the Latin word Tara earth. But some greyhounds are long legged in sleep because they were bred for hunting and races. Firehouse mascots today down nations work and pensions to charioteers in ancient times and Elizabeth and England again famous coach dogs with a calming effect on the horses. Regal child showered post the two thousand year history in China as hunters and guard. The century is dogs have helped manhunt today easily made them highly specialized pointers only point nose high body frozen in place. And retrievers only retrieve joyful leaping into Eden frigid waters to bring back therefore. From predatory wild animals we have created regardless of breed the most adaptable and sociable of all domesticated animals. It is not precisely No one lead first but dogs to work as entertaining was but one of the most famous adored by countless millions is last. Bob Weatherwax son of the original Lassie trainer is now preparing the seventh generation Lassie or an upcoming television. Series. To get the seven dogs so it actually appeared on the screen. Bobbin Rudd Weatherwax had to breed more than two hundred colleges to get just the right coloration intelligence and temperament on screen the lassie characters always bassy nailed but in reality all lassies have been male collies because males tend to have a more luxury and coats and a greater stamina. The last the legend began in the 1940's with a dog named Powell originally last M.G.M. had their own colleagues the lassie that was a female dog which is what Eric not write the story around because it had to have puppies and my father was dog was hired as a double dog it was a male colleague called now and I think he knew that the other dog could do this performance and they had a spotter last come from Scotland back to England to get across the river. Nice seeing you. The genius of rough weather wax came through in this scene in which he talked lasting to look naturally exhaust as if it weren't a trip to talk. To. The you. Might like to come home. From. The mind of the dog no matter how bright he may be cannot conceptualize look tired but the dog can obey a series of off screen commands given in a specific order that resulted from a tired look the audience sees. Compared to many dogs that bring a large measure of instinct to that work. Dog actors start out as a blank slate because they are intelligent they are capable of learning the motivation to learn the. Willingness to behave in such an dog like ways is based simply on the dog's desires like human praise dodge man's best friend I think the most that masticated all animals and they want to please the WANT TO BE WITH ME LIKE A for effort. I'll give you that after first got. Back I don't. Think about. The Earth's ice locked polar regions could never have been explored without dogs in the early one thousand nine hundred sixty lead dog teens brought period to the North Pole and Amundsen for the time. When northern regions was settled. Dogs became an essential part of life. Until the advent of airplanes and snowmobile dogs on loan. Transported mail and supplies. Pulled sleds took hunters in search of prey. Today in Alaska the pioneering spirit of that earlier time is celebrated in a grueling eleven hundred mile race beginning in Anchorage and ending in No It covers a distance roughly the same as from Seattle to Los Angeles. Its name I did a rod is said to come from the trailer that was once the life line linking far flung villages in the interior. Two time champion the what is called The last great race on earth is thirty three year old Susan Butcher a world class athlete and now a celebrity she is going for an unprecedented third consecutive win he hopes to beat her eleven day record and take home the thirty thousand dollar first prize. Fights. I've been racing in the I did it out for ten years now and I think over all the years I've been basically in the top ten and I think that all comes from my training ability with the dogs and the time that I spend with them and the conditions that put on them and then the rest of us. The UP TO THE of that but dog to. Resume them purely from long distance racing. Many observers feels of the time Susan spends with her dogs and the affection she loves is on the net are key elements for success. Frank. Buckley approached the starting line solutions team will be the night to take all. Fifty three teams believe that two minute intervals the rest. Crash are three to one guy. Who has the out your ears I've really seen the dogs. When they see a team in front of them. They'll pick up their pace and want to. And when I found out is that they know when there's no other team and found a little bit on the trail. In one nine hundred seventy five when she moved to America's last from Peter the adventure some twenty year old first lived in a tent. Them single handedly built a log cabin. He was thirty miles from the nearest neighbours fifty miles from the nearest. She started out with only three dogs and today has a breeding ten along with a hundred thirty. Years. Susan raises only allow. Huskies bread. Crumbs. Trailbreaker Campbell with her husband David mentioned him self a champion wrestler I was born in Cambridge Massachusetts but I've always felt I was born in the wrong century and in the wrong place and so I kept moving north and west and I've always loved animals and they've been the most important thing in my life and looking to incorporate living in the wilderness. Working with dogs and I found the perfect thank. You. In the early days of sled dog racing or reading was often a haphazard matter but Susan Butcher knows that good racing dogs don't just happen without careful planning. Every summer I raise a number of copies. Twain fifty and a hundred pop. And I'll pick out to my best dogs usually if I have a very fast but maybe it doesn't have a good enough coat all breed to one with a good coach but the most important thing is that they have bred into them the desire to pull and the desire to travel. Every day with either Susan or her dog. Month old puppy for learning the ramen years. There's a lot of monsters that you really like to make their dogs and pet dogs and. Feel that they have to keep them very separate is make them a working animal only but I feel that the best thing that you can do with a dog is to bond them to yourself. So we're just trying to teach them to respect and trust the vice versa I have to trust my life and their hands all the time and they should learn to trust me with their life and then when you're out there saying that trust is one of them a few labeled a whim. Are you going to be my next leader. You're going to be my all time the leader every night Susan and David bring a few dogs into the cabin for extra attention it's done as part of Susan's training strategy but also because she quite simply adore is here on this island. All but major veterinary chores are handled by Susan herself. When one of her lead dogs most critically ill. Susan flew him to Anchorage but treatment she slept on the vet school or for ten nights to be near her daughter. Every ball is a really exciting time for me and for the dogs is the temperatures get colder we just developed a certain excitement towards linen when it starts to get cold but I was just started making a lot of noise running around their chains are just anti they want to get going to Vegas show me in many ways that they're ready to roll ready for the racing season. Only adult dogs are run three to four times a week throughout the year as well as conditioning is one hundred M. performance. When snow cover is too thin to be safe for the sled dogs pull in all into rain being left in the crib. The song two hundred miles of trails Susan adds new ones each year to keep the dogs from getting bored through. A lot of people would look at my life and think it's a lot of hard work for me as. I spend all day long and I don't and work with them and my own boss there's no one telling me what to do what time do I live way out here when things go anywhere and do anything at any time of day and I love that freedom. When the things for a long distance racing dogs are fast tracking speed and then they have to have good speed and then you just want them to have a good attitude has there been to the just going for it and they're paying attention to you in your pain tension to them and he just they're working as a team the Black a coach with marathon runners. Susan gradually increasing the length of the Run Her goal is fifty miles without tiring. Dogs live or more happy than when on the trail. Joyfully of love. The food. The it had twelve to sixteen hours a day the routine seldom very culmination and mark the chance to compete in the most punishing raised on. The mushers and sled dog drivers are called Brave temperatures the can drop to forty below. Seventy one mandatory twenty four hour rest. They may sleep only an hour or so each day and only after the dogs attended inside. The room the potentially treacherous at every turn. In one nine hundred eighty five a moose attacked Susan's dogs forcing her out of the race. On the last leg of the race along the frozen bearings scene mushers encounter the most severe weather. This isn't but yours. Tenth day on his trailer he has been moved to the race. Now and violent storm has forced temperatures to plunge swirling snow as obliterate much of the trail. SUSAN of a push to the limit their into. Storage for to nearest competitor has that stopped to wait it out. Undaunted Susan but your charges on. In non expectant crowds gather a ham radio operator at the last checkpoint is reported that the first mushroom might reach the finish line at any time. Thank you. In a legend a as eleven hours and forty two minutes. Jubilance but exhausted Susan Lucci becomes the first person to ever win the I did arrive three consecutive time. You see this in is a full fourteen hours ahead of any other mushers some will not cross the finish line for several more days. Amazing Susan could have made even better time if you did if you had wanted people to safety. And well being of the dog. Doesn't matter the they're called corral record competing against only Father Time and no other I must. Then possibly take more out of the team that I'd like to require just to take good care of that payment and be well satisfied with the victory and I thought that that sounded a lot safer. Susan and racing enthusiastic where no the real tribute belongs to the bravery and indomitable spirit of these magnificent dogs. On an ordinary streets in an ordinary California town a drama anything but ordinary is quiet unfolding. Seventeen year old Mike Nolan was born with spinal bifida the disabling birth defect of the spine that occurs in one to two out of every thousand babies born in the United States. Or anywhere. Mike must be cared for by his parents joined Dale notably for his totally paralyzed from the chest down. Mike walked on his own for many years then without warning his condition worse. Last time he was walking. By here in at that point time yet have support from one of us to move easily. When we were told he was paralyzed and wheelchair was going to be with you in the rest of us like Michael when in truth the passion that. Very hard for him to attack. Now a dog has come into nice life and the depression has lifted her name is. Saffron from him interesting I don't have an hour. Shooter wearing tells me on. A unique organization are called Canine Companions for Independence or C.C.I. brought my consists together. Using dogs to guide the blind as a well known success story. C.C.I. pioneered the idea that dogs could also help the wheelchair bound. To happen during an intensive two week training program. Students master eighty nine commands though no don't touch to get for their safety as well as the dogs in the public's eye must gain total control over the animal's action slow the C.C.I. instructors are spent six months training the dogs the bowlers are. The day one of the most important job is retreating not to bring it here. Keys are especially difficult because of their uneven edges and dogs dislike the taste of metal. Because they will be going home to a very diverse environments the teams are put into as many real life situations as possible during the two week course today on a college campus. Dogs encounters some other dogs that are cursed they think are real. Life like I think you guys anticipated No it's going to come up if they happen all the crime. All right. Some in the class have driven inventions equipped with electronic lifts but none has had prior experience with a bus. For the dogs to me this is a first. For her if it is that you and even though it's new for you you have for trade or her that you're from. The most frustrating part was having none of them telling me to have a dog do something and I don't want to do it and they want to tell me how to get the dog doing. But my biggest thank you for what I'd be Alex make it through the two weeks because I kind of. But I. Think. The sheer physical exertion would cause some to simply give up but Mike is determined to finally be incest are successful. Even for those with the use of their arms the timing is a major factor that often teach them how spy dogs are a wonderful solution they will pull tirelessly. At the end of the two weeks the last hurdle is the final exam of the more than three hundred teams that have gone through C.C.I. since it began in one nine hundred seventy five ninety percent of dogs and humans have passed. But I give them a chance the rapper that in this group for every line has succeeded. Like they gather to celebrate for training a dog is a lot more there's a lot more ahead on going into it that I found. FLATOW exactly are in the law and that was fun but I wouldn't want to do it again. With well deserved pride the class arrives for graduation. Threshold to their new independence. And you can see is this quiet lobbying team throughout their lives is always going to be a lot of love and commitment on the part of these to my fourth very hard this class and so disaster. Thank you graduations to both the. Ole days and gentleman Mike Enzi. The diplomas appropriately are inscribed with both names. Students and all the like. I can said. Lulu. Today Mike is a high school senior. Having zest has helped Mike vastly broaden his horizons and now for the first time he is considering going on with his education a vocational school where he thinks he might study computer science. Whenever mike is working. Was asked as been trained to rest quietly by his side and not disrupt the classroom at those moments when he needs her help. SESNO six time to work. She does things like pick the paper pen makes me feel so then dependent ask somebody discover sense to her. All C.C.I. graduates reported dramatic rise in self esteem because of the dog's role as icebreaker. People who normally feel awkward approaching a person in a wheelchair. Do not feel uncomfortable in the presence of the dog. Time Around shine and the last couple I find it seems like it's easier to go after people they get so i'm most black people come up to her that I couldn't get into the conversation that it helps meaning to know people and we need to realize that kind of mind could be between dog and are in a person who's really good at that get perspective from me in the light that the dog could use much of Michael's emotions and stoned. To death. That's. Not. That's what that you don't have that it. Didn't work for John Karr about. A boy needing help and the loving canine at his side perhaps nowhere is the age old covenant between man and dog more poignantly sells them here. In Northern California. One man remembers a partnership with dogs that many people have never even heard of for the thirteen months he served in Europe during World War two. Joe Simpson fought alongside a dog. If they were one of the earliest teens in what was known as the canine corps in nineteen forty two the canine corps was formed by a group of civilians from the New England dog training classes and dogs for defense was formed at the same time and they picked fourteen G.I.'s I don't five thousand volunteers and fortunately I was one of the fourteen fact not because I knew anything about dogs necessarily but because I was in the horse business and this is how I got started and the canine corps. They created families everywhere across America. Volunteered their dogs to help the war either. Rovers spots and Fido's of all description was sent off to an uncertain future in the Army Marines or close to God like their human counterparts all dogs were examined for fitness. Any new man it came in got a new dog and they taught us to make the don't heal him sit down and stay and all you B.D.S. commands and these dogs then went through the training with the master and then when that was true ones that were fit for attack training if they had enough of breast interest in them were put into attack classes and the dogs that were set up for a messenger work we train for that some dogs are trained to pack Dobbs show is quite a force. In Europe. Dogs were used in World War One that this was our first use of an income that. Some ten thousand served in many of the bloodiest battles across Europe in the South Pacific if you needed to send a message back to the fore what outpost we had messenger collar that we put the message in and put it around the dog and the dog had to learn that when the scholars on him he wants to run as fast as he could back to the other master. Your dogs had to develop the ability to two masters as they worked by going from one to the like nor the noise and flames from exploding shells was hardest to teach. The dogs didn't have to reach out and kept us on the shoulder to tell us there was some Germans and we knew. And by watching our dog and being able to read the dog this is very important with anyone working your dog if you can read the dog then you'll know what the doctors trying to judge and my life to my dog and I'm sure a lot of the other handlers would say the same thing. You know Simpson was one of many who brought their dogs home for the more intensive demilitarisation programs for retraining the animals before they were allowed to return to civilian life is the gentle and loving pets they had originally been. One phase of training similar to that for war dogs is used in search and rescue work more than seventy such groups now exist across the United States. All volunteers they work alongside law enforcement teams in wilderness rescues and the aftermath of disasters go through. It takes hundreds of hours of training before a team can be sent on a mission to go through early on the dog. Often needs to be coaxed said that we didn't want to go. Through all the way. Good girl. What. Handlers look for is not the breed itself. Many breeds are used but qualities like intelligence curiosity and self confidence the dogs must be taught. Agility so they can safely negotiate boulders and other obstacles in the woods as well as piles of disaster rubble. Surely happened is both a handler and a trainer what we do is we start the dogs out there young if we can we can start older dogs teaching them on an agility course we do a lot of ladder climbing with the dogs and this teaches them to use their back feet there backbeat just normally follow their friends and they do not develop a knowledge of back seat then life they're taught to do something. Feeling what they're putting it on and feeling pretty good though I can do with it. This twelve week old puppy. Confronts the latter first time. Well you know. In addition to the obstacle course they train on a rubble pile that simulates a disaster area. The uniform and a helmet signal to Shirley's dog cinnamon but now they are working. I've. Been trained not to follow her instincts to jump off the I'm stable boards Cinnamon was exactly crossed the rubble in what is known as an air scenting trying to pick up the victim's sense on the air currents just been trained to cover the entire area thoroughly. Once the victim in this case a volunteer has been found the dog's job is to scratch and block to let the handler to the area with the most intense scent. OK let's put that went about. Finding the victim is the dog's primary reward it is essential that physical contact be made so the dog knows she's done her job well. You've got it right you're going to now why yes. You are. And i thousand nine hundred five surely and cinema one of thirteen us search dog teams that made a vital contribution in a real life disaster devastating earthquake that rocked Mexico City. Of a soft subsoil is underlying the city and inadequate building codes were blamed when hundreds of buildings collapsed thousands were injured thousands more left homeless for as many as ten thousand died it was really hard to believe because there were buildings standing there with glass and beautiful structures that were just pancaked the floor this is a building that was eleven twelve fourteen stories. Suddenly it's down to ten twenty thirty feet high because some of them actually thank down into their basement they went that far and that. Ended up. Twelve dollars a day for a week the team searched through the twisted enough hundreds of people. Surely lay traps but where could the dogs find any of them had time to let loose a take they cock their head. Listen with their ears as if maybe they might even be able to hear the victims after they would bark as if they were kind of calling to them by their barking and the other side of that point of course that's when they did locate someone buried under the rubble was gone the it was a very low key reaction the little crying and the wind. The amazing even of leaks in the kingdoms were found still clinging to life. The only ours and when the quake hit this baby was trapped for minding. Doctors kind of easily explained. Others see it simply as a gift from God. The next can people were just wonderful to us and it was that our warm warm feeling they were so appreciative of our being there and it was really a very unique position to know that you were doing something that was helpful and that your dog was able to do it and it's a feeling that this is what we've done it for all the times we've been wet wood and coal within tired we didn't cause this is real and it's outside so exciting. Many thousands of years ago and sung long forgotten caveman welcome to wild animal into his home to share his fire and food through the centuries the dogs that evolved have remained are enduring helpmates and on faltering friend who. Our own success as a species is due in no small measure to the fact that a canine partner has been bios on. Intelligence and loyal beyond measure. Dogs ask little from us in return for their own questioning today from the fact most dogs do not see work as work. But drive on serving us simply for the praise of a job well done. In commenting on this age old partnership one author has written we give them the love we can spare the time we can spare the room we can spin. And return to giving us their absolute. It is without a doubt the best deal. For me. Who. Or what you're good for you if you do what you heard who're who whose during one who's who's Who's Who are you.
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