Marley and Me - Chapter Four: Mr. Wiggles and Chapter Five: The Test Strip Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Four: Mr. Wiggles and Chapter Five: The Test Strip Summary and Analysis

Jenny instantly begins mothering Marley. Marley is housebroken fairly quickly. The growing pup soon has the back yard covered in "fertilizer." John and Jenny learn to "baby" proof their home. Anything above knee height must be moved to higher ground away from his dangerous tail. Like all babies, he loves to put things in his mouth and the "Marley Mambo" indicates something new is in his jaws.

John, Jenny and Marley soon settle into a comfortable routine. They each walk Marley once a day and a third time together. Jenny has become a nurturing mother. When Marley begins choking one evening, Jenny retrieves a ball of cellophane from the back of Marley's throat. Based on their time with Marley, they decide it's time...

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