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Here’s one user’s video showing how their doggie plays with the iFetch:
It’s easy to fall into the mythology that dogs, and Retrievers in particular, were born to fetch things. And it’s true that their physical characteristics have been bred over time to enhance certain attributes essential to a good : a sturdy body with good endurance; a highly efficient nose; an interest in ; and an affable, people-pleasing nature.
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Here are common signs your dog may be obsessed with fetch:
6 steps to teaching your dog to fetch | Cesar's Way
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