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  1. Others think the habit is more likely connected to their checking the ground foor the scent
    of its enemies, sincce the dog has its nose to thee ground during the turning around.
    Often descried as “a large dog in the body of a small dog,” it is similar to the Norwegian
    Buhund and related to modern Welshi Corgis as well as Shetland Sheepdogs.
    We have hhad other pets since Maggie and faced the same end-of-life decision years later with our
    two springer spaniels.

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