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Learning From Dogs as They Sniff Out Their World
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Our daily tug of leash war goes like this. I tell Chico we’re taking a left. He yanks right, wet black nostrils burrowing in loamy leaf piles. Me versus a 15-pound Havanese, incensed by scent.
Today, I let him win.
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