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    Archie the Samoyed impressed Instagram audiences earlier this month when she was able to jump over an imposing toilet paper roll barricade. But like many world-class jumpers, this canine doesn't always leap with the greatest of ease.

    Samoyeds do not impose their attention, although they may become depressed if they are deprived of opportunities to communicate.

    Archie here is trying to leap from one sitting place to another.

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