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My boy did kill a mouse that had gotten into my garage last fall, but since it had tried to build a nest in my car's air filter--which ended up costing me $85--I thought he was doing me a mitzvah. Other than that, nothing. He'll chase the occasional squirrel up a tree or my neighbor's cat out of our yard, but he's not serious enough about it to catch anything. I'm kind of surprised he caught the mouse. He didn't present it to me either; I just found it with its neck neatly snapped and dropped by the back door. Since he'd just been out, and I knew I hadn't killed the mouse, I assumed it was his work.

Really, when I saw the title of this post, I thought it was about whether or not your dog gives holiday gifts. Our pets have always given small gifts; just this past Saturday, I bought hand knit dish clothes with paw prints or dogs knit into them from a local Search and Rescue Dogs booth at a craft fair for my dog to give to a few friends at Christmas. I figured they were practical and in his (the dog's) price range, plus they had a doggie theme and the money went to a good cause. Oh, and my friends who knit are always looking for new small projects with which to use up yarn left over from larger projects.
 
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