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Mythbusters: You Can Teach Old Dogs New Tricks

In 1523, an English animal trainer named John Fitzherbert said, "The dog must be trained when he is a whelp, or else it will not be [trained]; for it ...

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William Strawhun

December 31, 2013  12:32pm

I love this show and an few know of it as well but myths are aways something to challenge. Great for new years.

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