Giant George: Life with the World's Biggest Dog - Chapter 17: The Dark Side of Fame and Chapter 18: Every Dog Has His Day Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17: The Dark Side of Fame and Chapter 18: Every Dog Has His Day Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 17, although Christie drives her point home to Dave that their family is more important that the Guinness World Title, Dave hints that something is coming that gets even Christie fully involved in the process to win the title. Dave introduces the problem by indicating that he and his friends had been keeping up with the Guinness records for tallest dog. The Newfoundland, whose owner they had met, has been beaten out by another Great Dane. Deciding that it would be fun to get to know this dog's owner as well, they try to contact this person as well, but never get a return phone call. Dana calls Dave and tells him to check the guest...

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