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They may show no interest in toys at all, as well as being considerably less motivated to please the handler.
IS YOUR DOG ACTUALLY SMART? DEPENDS ON ITS MEMORY.BY JAN HOOLE/THE CONVERSATIONFEBRUARY 8, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
If a dog does detect the coronavirus in a person, it has been trained to sit down, in a relatively un-alarming way of signaling to its handler.
The collar is closed with a specially designed magnetic release that the handler can activate, but the dog can’t.
The new rules also mandate access for only up to two dogs per handler, but, again, an airline can choose to allow more if it so wishes.
Even today, they’re often controlled by a human handler behind the scenes, and the most jaw-dropping cuts can require several takes to nail.
It’s easy for the person who works with the dog, its handler, to carry.
Under his expert manipulation, a small robot handler rolled into the room.
ISLANDS OF SPACEJOHN W CAMPBELL
The 'Disclosure' Act was an old ruling that any transmission must not be used for the benefit of any handler.
HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
When with the gambler, or the roue, he was equally at home—a debauchee, or a handler of cards.
ELLEN WALTONALVIN ADDISON
Almost grotesquely now, the handler stood poised above the place where the sphere had been and in its jaws it held the bar.
EMPIRECLIFFORD DONALD SIMAK

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