Bunny knows something about chickens, but what he doesn't know about dogs would fill a book. On his little farm in the country, John has everything but dogs. His wife insists upon having a good watch dog. He starts out in quest of the right kind and the right breed. Visiting one of the largest kennels in the state, he is surprised to see the largest collection of barkers he ever beheld. He tells the keeper that he never knew there were so many dogs in existence. He is invited to enter the enclosure in which they are kept. Inside the fence, he is surrounded by the whole dog-gone pack, who insist upon licking his face and giving him their paws. Not wishing to display his ignorance, he insists upon watching the dogs in their exercise, as they follow their keeper over the fields and hills. He helps the keeper feed them at meal time and finally decides upon one dog, which he takes in his arms upside down. The keeper instructs him in the proper method of carrying a dog, and Bunny smilingly ...
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