Written by Jolene Waldner, Oaklane Colony School
Illustrated by Alice Jones
I love dogs. My dog’s name was Wire Dog. I loved him. I gived him kisses every day. One day it was time to give Wire Dog a bath, so I let the bathtub run and I took and I put some good smelling stuff in there. He did not wanted to because I learned him to holla hoop and now that is all he wants to do it every day. Well I can not get him to do it alone so I do it with him. We make splashes and bubbles. It’s fun to have a dog but it’s not fun to buy him food, but I guess that’s just the way it is.
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