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Our dogs have forgotten their table manners.
When we sit down to eat, Molly, my wife’s 2-year-old beagle, only a few months out of the animal rescue group, jumps up and puts her front paws on someone’s lap and her head within licking distance of the nearest plate.
We push her down and she pops up a minute later at someone else’s plate.
Huey, my little 15-year-old terrier mutt, is a little more reserved. Maybe it’s his age, but he just sits next to my chair and begs.
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