Giant George: Life with the World's Biggest Dog Themes

Dave Nasser
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George's Quirks

One of the themes that Dave often includes in his writing is his description of George's oddities. He not only writes about the way the dog has grown to be larger than any other dog, but also that he has strange personality quirks that Dave notices and plays upon in his writing.

Just being big opens George up for being an odd dog. He can only sleep comfortably on a queen-sized mattress. He also has the ability to steal food off the barbecue grill as well as the kitchen counters while still standing flat pawed on the floor. Dave notes that the dog is so big that his food dishes have to be raised up off the floor so that George doesn't strain his neck trying to reach down to them.

In addition to being big, George also has some unusual personality traits that Dave shares in...

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