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Old 10-16-2015, 11:03 AM   #1
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The Bell Rings

Pavlov was sitting at a pub one night enjoying a pint. The phone rang and he jumped up shouting, "Whoops, I forgot to feed the dog!"

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Yep, it's a toss up as to who is training who. We have trained our dog to ring a bell when he wants to go out side. Now every time he rings the bell I jump up to take him out. I'm pretty sure he sometimes rings it just to see me get up.

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Selah your dog called. said its a blast watching you jump up when the bell rings
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