Dog on It: A Chet and Bernie Mystery Symbols & Objects

Spencer Quinn
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Dog Biscuits/Chew Strips

While Chet is fond of dog treats and toys of all kinds. His very favorite treats are dog biscuits and rawhide chew strips. Chet thinks of anyone who is thoughtful enough to give him a dog biscuit or a rawhide chew strip as a friend until they prove themselves to be otherwise (which, in this novel, no one ever does.) The best example of this is Suzie Sanchez who carries a bag of large dog biscuits with her wherever she goes because she runs into a lot of dogs in her job as a reporter, and starts her relationship with Chet out by giving him several. Chet takes an instant like to Suzie based on this and remains fond of her even after Bernie finds himself hurt and disappointed in her when she goes to LA with her ex-boyfriend Dylan McKnight.

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