This is Tiny. He is a Beagle puppy who lives in a house down the street. Donald says it looks a lot like the dog he had in the 1950's. Donald doesn't remember that dog's name. He doesn't like the name Tiny. In fact, he says: "What does tiny have to do with a dog?" Bill responded: "That's a good point." So, Donald wants to name the dog Spot. Donald says he loves dogs and this one looks friendly and cuddly. Bill says that dogs are nice except when they drool. Spot's owners are busy at their jobs so Tiny is waiting for them to come home. Donald thinks there might be a cat or a squirrel outside and Spot can't figure out why he can't get out this little door. Bill said that Spot has a pretty good life and once his owner's let him out..."there will be hell to pay in the neighborhood." Donald and Bill don't think the dog is sad. Spot is just patiently waiting "like all dogs do" to get some fresh air.