One dog is looking at the other dog. I imagine each one is thinking to themselves where am I, and who do I talk to, and where is my owner. The big dog’s name is Homer. The other dog is Sandy. Homer and Sandy hae never met each other. Homer’s first impression of Sandy is “He’s just like that.” Sandy think’s Homer is a little bigger than him. He doesn’t know where he comes from. Sandy is saying, “jzzzbzzzbzzzbuhum”. Homer figures “that dog doesn’t know who he’s talking to.” Homer says, “Well, I come from the street that I live on, it is a big street and my parents are very nice people. They feed us every day and take us for walks in the park.” That makes Sandy feel like, “Mhm.” Sandy gives a couple of barks, “arf arf.” The big dog says “well Sandy, we don’t belong to anybody yet, and we need to decide where to go, just like the people do.” They decide to stay together and go to the home where the big dog lies, so there ae two dogs that live together now with the parents.