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What maestro’s dog does while he’s at work

Hannu Lintu, chief conductor of Finnish Radio, adopted a street dog in St Petersburg and named it Shurik. The mutt is touchingly devoted to its maestro. Here’s what it does when Hannu is out at work. (Click top video on the left).  ...
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