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Treats help keep Roscoe well behaved and focused during our walks, but that leads to some bargaining and grumbling that a deal is a deal.
Our twice-daily walks offer many distractions such as rabbits and squirrels (and the occasional bear family), but Roscoe’s biggest weakness is other dogs. To keep him focused when passing another walking canine or one in their backyard, Roscoe receives a treat for good behavior. Yesterday, we passed a yard where one of his buddies hangs out, except the dog was not outside. Roscoe argues that he behaved well and deserves a treat. As his look says, a deal is a deal.
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