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Our new pup, Alfie, is a very smart fellow. He showed us how a proper rollover should be done.

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Oh! Everyone is looking at me! Would you like a lesson of a proper rollover?



One minute....I need to clean up to look nice for the camera....



First you roll to your left and rub your back....ahhhhh




 

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Then you stop and stretch your neck...



And then you push off back onto your back.



OPPS! Flopped back. I'm so embarrassed!



And this is a really good trick but you need to be in very good shape. Please do not attempt this at home!






 

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Now, stretch out that neck....ooooh that feels good!



Now, turn your head all the way to the left and give it another good stretch....



EXCUSE ME!? Are you watching this?



And then you roll back to your side in a relaxed position to rest those muscles....




 

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Now roll to your right side so that you build up those muscles equally....



Sometimes, if you roll enough, you just might meet a good friend!



Wasn't that a good lesson! Remember to do this at least three times a week 10 minutes each time.
 

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Go Alfie. He is a sweet looking silver boy. (biased too:))
 

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Oh, he is gorgeous. And I love the lesson too. I will have to show it to Monti, sometimes he tries to do rollover standing, just turning the head and thinks the body will somehow follow :) Really funny.
 

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He reminds me of Zulee. She loves to sleep on her back and stretch her legs out. She will flop her head back 180 degrees.

He is so cute! What a darling face!?!?!
 
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