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TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Robert MacPherson, LIFESTYLE-US-TECHNOLOGY-DOGS-OFFBEAT Anna Jane Grossman holds her iPhone while she trains Bandit, to do a self portrait on an Iphone, August 19, 2013 at her studio in New York. Since starting schoolforthedogs.com Anna has taught dozens of dogs how to use touch screen Apple devices. 'It's a novelty. It's just sort of a fun thing to do,' Grossman told AFP at the canine classroom she runs with partner Kate Senisi near Manhattan's Union Square.'There's not a huge amount of purpose to it -- but the way I see it, we're playing games all the time on our iPads anyway, so why not play games with our dogs?' AFP PHOTO/Don Emmert (Photo credit should read DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Robert MacPherson, LIFESTYLE-US-TECHNOLOGY-DOGS-OFFBEAT Anna Jane Grossman holds her iPhone while she trains Bandit, to do a self portrait on an Iphone, August 19, 2013 at her studio in New York. Since starting schoolforthedogs.com Anna has taught dozens of dogs how to use touch screen Apple devices. 'It's a novelty. It's just sort of a fun thing to do,' Grossman told AFP at the canine classroom she runs with partner Kate Senisi near Manhattan's Union Square.'There's not a huge amount of purpose to it -- but the way I see it, we're playing games all the time on our iPads anyway, so why not play games with our dogs?' AFP PHOTO/Don Emmert (Photo credit should read DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images)
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