Giant George: Life with the World's Biggest Dog - Chapters 3: Home Sweet Home and 4: It's A Jungle Out There Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3: Home Sweet Home and 4: It's A Jungle Out There Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 3, Dave describes how badly he felt after telling Christie he wanted to get rid of George, then counters the bad feelings with his feelings of heroics when he decides to keep the dog. A week after Dave makes his decision; they he and Christie find a house that fits their purposes. Dave fills out his book with bits of history, and insight into what is happening to both himself and Christie during the time that George is growing up. Here, he shares a description of the area in which they live as well as the history of the area. Dave also describes the house that they have purchased. The words that he chooses are that the house "needed some loving." In...

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