Woodsong - Part I, Running, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Part I, Running, Chapter 7 Summary

Chapter 7 tells the stories of the many dogs Paulsen has owned and interacted with (he had forty-one dogs at the time of writing the book, so there are many such cases). The first story is about Fred, a large dog who they had to fix when he impregnated too many of the female dogs. As a result, he gained an enormous amount of weight, going from around forty to one hundred and thirty pounds. They tried to force him not to eat as much, but his temper and defiance led him to hide food around the yard. Eventually he got so angry he bit Paulsen and so they decided to feed him more.

The lessons of the complexities of dog temperament continued. One day, before he learned to trust his dogs, Paulsen had been trying to fight...

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