A Dog's Purpose Quotes

W. Bruce Cameron
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"When we were running with Mother, I learned to fear humans. I learned to scavenge for food, I learned how to placate Fast so he would be in what for him, was a good mood." (Chapter 4, p. 43).

"In the Yard I adjusted quickly to life in the pack, I learned to love Senora and Carlos and Bobby, and just when my play with Coco was starting to assume a different, more complex character we were taken to visit the nice lady in a cool room and the urgency I'd been feeling went completely away." (Chapter 4, p. 43).

"Once outside the fence, I was upset to see Senora crying, struggling against Carlos and Bobby. Her sadness came off her and washed into me, and I pulled against the noose, wanting to comfort her." (Chapter 4, p. 51).

"I was seized with an inexplicable question, a question of purpose. This didn't seem like the...

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