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   A term used to describe how a dog acts while sitting at the "line" under judgment. This includes walking up to the line from the holding blind and assuming his position, while the birds are being shot, while being sent for the retriever, while delivering, honoring and walking off line. It is important that a retriever be well mannered.

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