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Cracking the canine play code

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  1. Dogs get to know each other through sniffing at a dog park in Arlington, Virginina. Picture: Linda Davidson / The Washington Post
  2. Tana, a terrier mix (left), does a "play bow" while playing with Charles at a dog park in Arlington. Picture: Linda Davidson / The Washington Post
  3. Two female dogs, Remi, left, and Duchess during play at a dog park in Arlington. Picture: Linda Davidson / The Washington Post
  4. Daisy, right, a wire-hair mix does a play bow while playing with Gus. Picture: Linda Davidson / The Washington Post
  5. Charles the chihuahua lets Mogl" the golden doodle know who is boss at a dog park in Arlington. Picture: Linda Davidson / The Washington Post
  6. Two retreiver mixes interact. Picture: Linda Davidson / The Washington Post
  7. Left to right Tana, Charles and Madeline fight over a chew toy. Picture: Linda Davidson / The Washington Post
  8. An australian sheepdog playbites a brindled sharpei mix at a dog park in Arlington. Photo by Linda Davidson / The Washington Post
  9. Snapple, an Austrialian shepherd (left), does a "play bow" during play with a terrier mix. Picture: Linda Davidson / The Washington Post
 

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