A parade is going on the dog is marching . He’s Cute! Said Evelyn. His name is Oh-My-Fido is 3 years old. They should have named him Buster since he bust everything. We can hear marching sounds when people walk on the cement and the dog likes to march with them—The O’Briens. We can also smell popcorn, apples, and other nice smells.
New leather smells good. Oh-My-Fido has soft fur, not coarse and stiff. He weighs 10lbs maybe 16lbs. His family is the O’Briens and he lives with them at their home. There are six family members. Two parents four kids the Oh-My-Fido’s favorite family member is the baby girl. The baby can walk with Fido, and they talk together. He understands her gibberish but they don't really share snacks. Live where? In a house down the street from the parade in the Southside of Chicago. The parade is for Easter not the 4th of July, those are two different things. It took all day to find Fido. The O’Brien’s looked for the dog at the hot dog stand but didn’t look in the candy shop. They didn’t go to the police. Fido messed up the shoe display and the O’Briens had to put him in the house. The family felt relieved they were glad they found him. The used a leash to get Fido to walk home with them. The baby girl was sad that Fido was lost. She hugged Fido when they found him.