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Journal Journal: Easter dinner

Big dogs were all excited today! Running around, burying things (they call this "cleaning up", like when I catch something and want to make sure other dogs don't find it). Bunch of human dogs showed up. From their smell, I think they can from the same pack as the big dogs. Lots of food - they must have had a successful hunt. I kept my manners and kept my place. When they brought out the Big Pigeon, though, I couldn't resist. With all my politeness, I sat and looked at the human dogs eating. Got a few nibbles! An exciting day! I never knew my pack had so many human dogs in it! I never knew these human dogs hunted pigeons that big! They called it a turkey - but I know it was a pigeon. I've hunted pigeons myself, and this tasted just like it.
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Journal Journal: Visit to the Vet

I knew there was something wrong. Madam was a little nervous, and seemed not entirely sincere. She had me jump into the car for a ride. That's either very good or very bad. I always obey, so I went aheade, though I was nervous this didnt seem right. I could tell by the scent that I wasn't going to the park. We stopped right in front of the Vet's office. I waited in the lobby, sniffing the other dogs. We went into the small room. I was very afraid I was shaking. The lady looked me over. Thank god they didn't take my temperature. They stuck me with a needle! Ouch! I yelped. It was all over. I rushed out the door and peed on the tree nearby. We went home. Slept all afternoon
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Journal Journal: Today

Got up. Shook a bit. Waited for my owner to get the leash. What fun! A hunt! I hope there are some juicy squirrels out!

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