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Why Dogs Bark

Missiauga, Canada

Why dog's bark

This is why dogs bark. One day in Canada there were big ferocious dogs and their were puppy's. And the government dog was the big BIG doberman he announced that every dog must compete in the 1 mile run, so they can exercise so the dogs ate healthy and exercised. So the dogs started training and eating healthy . And next the dogs started training and ate even more healthier but even more because they were training for the race the next day. Then after all the training every dog slept for the run.

And in the morning all the dogs started stretching and eating fruits. Then all the dogs ran to the race for a warm up. And the big doberman counted down 10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1. And the race beginning and the dogs were not tired at all because they trained a lot so they ran fast and surprisingly they were already at the half way point. And they ran faster so it will be over with and when they finished the race they were all hungry. So the chief dog Monsieur Dook cooked some fresh snapper fish and he rushed because they were complaining of how long it took so finally chief dook finished and served the snapper fish to all the dogs.

But since the Chief Dook rushed he forgot to take all the bones out of the fish and the dogs took one BIG bite. And they all choked and the way they were talking was weird and all of a sudden they they started barking and they still could understand each other. They were just talking differently and the were all crying because they were barking.
And that is why dogs bark.
by :Josiah

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