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My beloved dog, who sadly died in an accident at 4 years old, was the smartest dog I've ever known. I've fostered close to 40 dogs so I had a lot to compare her to! One weekend 3 of and Sakina (the too clever and normally very well behaved GSD/Deerhound mix) went camping in the beautiful English countryside nearby and we had of course prepared for an evening of sitting around the big campfire, eating delicious food and relaxing. The campsite was privately owned by family members so we were the only ones there. After a pleasant night we cooked a full English breakfast, each us except Sakina getting 2 of the gourmet sausages. I expect she was quite miffed at this as she went speeding off into the pub garden next door where she would often have to be retrieved after bouncing on their large outdoor trampoline. One of went to catch her whilst the of us stayed to finish cooking. The sausages were already in our mess tins ready to eat. Once we were all back (Sakina sulking in the tent - she loved that trampoline!) we started to eat and realised that we each had only 1 sausage each. She'd been clever enough to take one sausage from each at some point, possibly whilst using her rapid exit from the crime scene to try and hide her actions. Still was the best dog and my forever soulmate, I miss her deeply still.
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