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Cooper garners fan as far away as Milltown

Her dog 'Jack' - somewhat of a Cooper clone - has similar abilities, though may not possess same political ambitions.
Celia Downey writes:
I love that story and the picture of Cooper! I completely understand a food stealing dog and am glad there are those out there with this commonality. I have a dog, Jack, who looks a lot like Cooper and has the same abilities; to mesmerize food from people. Love the picture and the story. - CD
Comments re photo 74280 If a dog were Mayor of Breeding Cooper likely choice



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Jack, a brotherly Cooper look-alike



2017-08-17 - Milltown, Adair County, KY - Photo by Celia Downey.
"This is Jack, looks a lot like Cooper! Maybe siblings," - Celia Downey writes of her dog with elegant manners and the bearing of a statesman - more like John Sherman Cooper than a Mayor Boss Hawg. Paired photo
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