Marley and Me - Chapter Eighteen: Alfresco Dining and Chapter Nineteen: Lightning Strikes Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Eighteen: Alfresco Dining and Chapter Nineteen: Lightning Strikes Summary and Analysis

Marley sticks out in Boca Raton like a sore thumb. One day at one of the many outdoor eateries, they tether Marley to the table leg and settle in to eating. Marley sees a poodle across the courtyard, and suddenly their table is flying across dining area. Jenny informs the waiter that the family will be paying for their drinks and leaving. John continues to read up on Labs. He reads No Bad Dogs by Barbara Woodhouse who believes there is no such thing as a bad dog, only lenient owners, although there are some dogs who suffer from mental abnormalities. John is shocked when she says such dogs should be put to sleep. There is an English lab group and an American group. The...

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