The small black-and-white dog lay on the green grass and looked around. This was the largest kennel he’d ever seen. Although his feet had touched soft grass before, he was used to little spaces with many other small dogs nearby. And, though this place held a larger dog, it was just the two of them sharing this big enclosure. There were no wires poking his slender body and tender feet. Instead, the area was surrounded by tall, wooden boards. The Shih Tzu could race across the space, stretching his legs and sniffing the air.
The young dog could hardly believe his fortune. He sprinted, ears flowing back as excitement took hold. He ran forward, turned around, and ran back to the brick patio area. He again turned and dashed toward the tall elm tree growing at the back of the property. He could run, circle around, and dart some more. So, he did, an activity he'd not been able to do until now.
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