Giant George: Life with the World's Biggest Dog - Chapters 5: Honey, I Shrunk the House and 6: The Birds and the Bees Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5: Honey, I Shrunk the House and 6: The Birds and the Bees Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 5, Dave begins his chapter by describing the way that Christie has started calling the dog Georgie, a feminized pronunciation of the name with which he is not particularly pleased. Despite this feminization, Christie and Dave are both surprised by how quickly George is growing. He has outgrown his "Colossus" crate and now sleeps on a single sized bed mattress. Dave also notes that the dog managed to dent one of their cabinets just by wagging his tail as he walked past it.

Another aspect of George's personality is his love of the way Christie smells. In fact, anything she puts on that masks the scent, George has taken to licking off anything on their bodies, including face...

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