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  1. #11
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    My cavalier was a natural retriever. Actually,he took things to his bed all the time when he was a little puppy. I sat there and took it from him, and he learned to bring it to me. He still likes to retrieve it to a certain couch at home. Otherwise, he will typically bring it within arms reach. He's a good retriever, and he plays flyball now.

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    We take Lady to this big grass field and she loves to play fetch. We got her those mini tennis balls since her mouth is small. She is going to be one on November 7th.

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    With the added incentive of treats, Oliver is better about returning the ball, but he still occasionally bypasses a treat to add the ball to his hoard. I've started playing with him at the dog park and that is going better. Thanks for all the tips. And happy birthday to Lady!
    Kimberly
    Oliver's pet

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