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Where the Red Fern Grows Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15 Summary

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Chapter 15 Summary

The threesome and their dogs travel as far as Bluebird Creek and then stop to make camp. Grandpa surprises Billy yet again by producing a can of corned beef hash for each of the dogs for supper. Grandpa is astounded to see that Old Dan will not begin eating his food until Little Ann gets hers. Billy explains that they share everything, never take something away from the other one, and never eat until both are fed. Papa reports seeing Dan carry a biscuit to Ann one day so they could eat together. Both Papa and Grandpa comment on how unusual the two dogs are in many ways, including how keenly they watch Billy's every move.

Supper is ready, and Grandpa pours three mugs of coffee instead of two, and Billy has his first cup of coffee. At bedtime Billy lies awake listening to the night sounds...

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