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I think in the beginning, the reason he got so caught up at the front of the room is because the odor box was open and the odor was spilling out. I think he was chasing it all over that end. JMO. When he gets stuck in a place like that you should consider moving thru the space a little bit to see if it changes the picture for him.
It wasn’t very long between the last payment, not getting paid and then payment again. He is so excited and it was such a small space I don’t know that there was much else you could do! 🙂
What I’d like to see is a PART C: a BLIND search in a similar fashion. 1-3 hides with distractors, boxes only. You will need to call FINISH when you think Baxter has found all the hides! 🙂
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