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This is Bailey when she was younger and I was building our addition I had these saw horses that were hollow tubing and the lizards loved to hide in the tubing. So Bailey with her sister Jessie who left us in 2001,also a golden retriever, would get on both sides of the saw horses when they saw a lizard inside and one or the other would blow thru the tubing to blow out the lizard and when they blew through it made a whistling sound. I heard this noise until I figured out where it was coming from. It was the dogs after the lizards. If the lizard didn't come out they would stand there until I helped them.  

  Also every Sunday morning we went to breakfast and Miss Bailey somehow knew it. She would dance until I opened the truck door so she could get in. She knew she would get a small piece of bacon and some pancake. Sundays are real sad lately and we will SURE miss our Bailey. See you soon at the rainbow bridge girls Jessie and Bailey....
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