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>know if it was one of those.   They must have been pretty impressed
>that the dog boogie didn't dare try anything when you were around!
>
Linda

The whole idea of me sneaking out there was that when the "dog boogie"
appeared they didn't realize it was me, and so it worked even when I wasn't
there.  If during the 'training' period the "dog boogie" is there every time
the opportunity is given then they learn to expect the "dog boogie" and just
never try it again.

Karen