It’s a Dog’s Life

1. What kind of dog was Lassie? He was a German Shepard, who invented a trick, known to most trainers as walking, carrying its own lead.
2. Who was Toto’s owner? Pinocchio was Toto’s owner. He left him at a dog shelter because he had to pay through the nose for dog food.
3. What breed of dog was Beethoven? A long haired, Dalmatian, he belonged to Beethoven’s grandfather, and he also gave his grandson his name.
4. Who was Goofy’s best buddie? Pinocchio, he missed having a dog and decided to get a Jack Russel. He did much better with his new dog, as he could now afford the dog food.
5. How many dogs starred in The Incredible Journey? 101 + Lassie + Toto + Beethoven. They toured the world as the first group of singing dogs.
6. What made Superdog super? He could eat a whole bag of kibble and not put on weight.
7. What is meant by Dogma? The mother of Lassie. She use to follow her puppy around, afraid he would hurt himself when he jumped down wells to help stranded children.
8. What is ‘flyball?’ A ball designed for fly’s when they play fly volley ball.
9. Who introduced ‘WALKIES!’ into their training programmes? Teachers of teenagers, it is easy to get their attention in a daily exercise of walking around the field ten times.
10. What is frontline used for? The front line is a line of dogs, stopping anyone who doesn’t want to walk around the field. It gives the dogs exercise and they don’t need to go on walks later in the day.

Published by writerravenclaw

I am a fifty something mother of two grown up children, and one beautiful grandchild. I have been married for nearly thirty-four years. My first book was published ten years ago. I wrote my book Sticks and Stones because of my experience of being bullied at school.

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