There seems to be a lot of shoes. The dog has his front legs in the shoe.
This is a show for the shoes.
The dog is taking a shoe out of the yard.
I’m wondering if it’s a real dog. Looks like a statue.
He’s got two shoes on his head, one in each ear. He’s trying to put his right leg in a shoe.
This dog looks like it’s got blood on his left toe. The cause of the blood? He was playing with his friend and wounded his paw.
I think the dog is very angry. He hurt himself.
Lonely dog. Nobody care about him. It’s no place.
He took shoes out of the shoe rack in his room. He was angry and took them out.
There’s a bow and a little flower. Here’s a white heel. I don’t see that anywhere else.
At first I thought it was a statue. Now I think he got in his master’s closet. Dogs like smelly things.
There’s green carpet in the shop.
I think it’s a private apartment.
I couldn’t imagine that in a house with a dog there are shelves like this.
I think the owner is angry. He made a mess. The owner wants to say, “Go away!”
Somebody may be coming. He stopped his mischief.
He may be looking for someone to help him.
He’s lonely. He thinks, “What can I do?” So he puts everything outside and makes a commotion.
I think the dog’s sad. The owner kicked him or hit him.
If this were my dog, I’d take care of him and take him to the doctor.
It’s a shoe store. The dog is looking for a guardian.
This is the owner’s dog. He made a mess and the owner’s mad.
He bit the owner. Maybe one of the kids.
He lives in here. It’s a house or closet. He may have broken his leg trying to go to the next row of shoes.
Every shoe has a nice flower. And the dog made a mess.
He tried to jump up and knocked down a shoe.
The dog said, “Okay, if you’re going to shout at me, I’ll make a mess.”
He’d say, “Pick up the flower!”
“I wonder if I can get something to eat from you…”
He looks startled, like he barked.
The owner would say, “Be quiet.”
The dog is looking at the owner. “What did you do, you naughty dog?”
I’d give him a good talking to and say, “You’d better be a good boy—or girl!”
The owner is angry. Later, he’ll make up with him. They’ll kiss and make up.
They’ll give him good food, take care of the leg.
They’re gonna die.
The dog’s name is Nancy. His name’s Beverly…Spotty…Morton.
It’s a boy.
How can you tell if it’s a boy?
I called the dog Nancy because my neighbor has a dog named Nancy. When they call her, I come out!
The owner’s name is Victor.
And Victor says, “Don’t make a mess again! I love you. Take care of the shop.”
Appears to be a female owner, based on the shoes. The owner’s name is Flory.
The dog understands he made a mistake.
And the owner will know not to leave the door open again.
Created at the Freda Mohr Senior Cente