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What had Jim Smiley taught his dog to do in a fight? pretend like it was limping before the fight, then go for the throat of the other dog bark loudly and act angry wait for the bets to go down,
and then clamp on the hind leg of the other dog stride back and forth until the other dog was confused, and then attack
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User: What had Jim Smiley taught his dog to do in a fight? pretend like it was limping before the fight, then go for the throat of the other dog bark loudly and act angry wait for the bets to go down, and then clamp on the hind leg of the other dog stride back and forth until the other dog was confused, and then attack

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