People think that our dogs just follow orders. But really, it’s a cooperation – we tell them what we need, and they see how they can implement it.” When dogs encounter each other on the street, there’s often a scuffle. Owners tug on leashes, by-standers are annoyed. But when an inquisitive pug barked at Ayhoka, […]
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