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    Dog pays for food with leaves

    Dog pays for food with leaves. Alternate title, Humans accept leaves as currency.

    Meet Negro, a clever dog who lives at the Diversified Technical Education Institute of Monterrey Casanare in Colombia

    The dog was adopted by the school staff and freely roams around the school’s yard

    Negro managed to secure himself a seemingly endless supply of treats, by paying for them with leaves

    After seeing students giving something in exchange for cookies, he came up to the school’s store with a leaf in his mouth

    The canine offered ‘take it or leaf it’ deal for the store’s attendant

    Astonished by the dog’s intelligence, she couldn’t help but ‘sell’ Negro a cookie

    Since his fortune literally grows on trees, the store’s staff decided to allow Negro to buy treats only couple times a day

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    Is that Oyarde's dog?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post
    Is that Oyarde's dog?

    Dog pays for food with leaves.
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