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    Friend or Food? Shiba Inu Puzzled At New Toys

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    A clever dog will always be cautious when encountering something new. This Shiba Inu dog looks puzzled at the new toys that her owner gave her.

    A video uploaded to Twitter recently shows a Shiba Inu dog sniffing the new toys. Looking sleepy, the dog first appears to be puzzled at her new companions - a white mouse and a snowball - but quickly realises that they are not eatable.   

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