Marley and Me - Chapter Six: Matters of the Heart and Chapter Seven: Master and Beast Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six: Matters of the Heart and Chapter Seven: Master and Beast Summary and Analysis

At five months old, Marley has grown so tall that while standing on his hind legs, he can rest his front paws on John's shoulders. Although Marley is more likely to lick a person to death, John is glad that outsiders perceive Marley as a vicious attack dog. John and Jenny live in a relatively safe neighborhood, but petty theft exists and even a murder occurred across the street. Marley's presence makes both John and Jenny feel a little safer.

Jenny dives into pregnancy with a vengeance eating healthy meals and not drinking sodas and alcohol. Though they had intended to not say anything, soon everyone knows about the pregnancy as the couple head for their first doctor visit...

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