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Dogs Learn to Play a Game of Skunk

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Dogs Learn to Play a Game of Skunk

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Dogs Learn to Play a Game of Skunk

Dogs Learn to Play a Game of Skunk

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We're not sure where animal rights activists stand on pets owning their own pets. But commentator Daniel Pinkwater sees only good in such a relationship.

Pinkwater tells how one of his dogs taught the other one to play a game avoiding a skunk's stench. Lulu, the older dog, actually considers the younger one, Maxine, to be her own pet. So she's doing her best to pass along some hard-won knowledge.

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