Marley and Me - Chapter Two: Running with the Blue Bloods and Chapter Three: Homeward Bound Summary & Analysis

John Grogan (journalist)
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Chapter Two: Running with the Blue Bloods and Chapter Three: Homeward Bound Summary and Analysis

John and Jenny argue over a name for the new pup. When they moved to South Florida from the Midwest, neither had heard of reggae music. Soon, it became their favorite sound, so it was natural for the couple to play Marley to soothe their argument about the new dog's name. As the music flows through the house, the couple looks at one another and immediately exclaims, "Marley!" Since the puppy is a pure bred and can be registered with the American Kennel Club, John decides give it a name worthy of registration: Grogan's Majestic Marley of Churchill. In his research, John learns that labs are largely known for their loyalty, easy-going nature and intelligence. The only downfalls appear...

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