Giant George: Life with the World's Biggest Dog - Chapter 9: The Road Less Traveled and Chapter 10: Into Each Life... Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9: The Road Less Traveled and Chapter 10: Into Each Life... Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 9, Christie reasons that George would love to be part of a big family and would love the company that a child would bring. Dave wonders to himself what people would think when they told them they'd had a child to keep their dog company. Although Dave agrees with Christie that the time has come for them to become real parents, but is surprised how seriously Christie goes about getting pregnant. Within two months, Christie announces that she is pregnant. It is at this point that the bulk of the book moves away from George, to focus on Dave, Christie and their pregnancy. George is important in this part of the novel for the part that he plays as a member of...

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