Giant George: Life with the World's Biggest Dog - Chapter 7: Party Animal and Chapter 8: The Road Less Traveled Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7: Party Animal and Chapter 8: The Road Less Traveled Summary and Analysis

Chapter 7, with George fixed and calmed down, Dave writes that the dog has taken up eating as an Olympic sport. At just one year old, the dog weighs 180 pounds and is tall enough to reach and scarf down any food left on the kitchen cabinets. He can now reach the tops of the cabinets, as well as the barbecue grill standing with all four paws on the ground.

George has also developed an affinity for the doorbell. Again, Dave's sense of humor comes into play as he describes how the dog responds when he hears the doorbell as well as the reactions of the people on the other side of the door who have perhaps never met George before. Dave describes how they have learned...

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