A Lonely Soul
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Marlow barked at the front door, but Leanne quickly told him to hush, as she made her way through the house, picking up pieces of newspaper he had ripped while she was distracted drying her hair. Then, she was making her way towards the trash can to throw out some more pieces of paper, when she realized her sock was saturated. “You were just outside, Marlow!” she screamed. She truly thought puppies would grow out of these pesky habits as they grow older, but that just isn't the case. Suddenly, they heard a roaring sound outside. It was time for them to say goodbye.
A Forever Dream
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Leanne had always dreamed of having her own puppy. She used to stare at dogs on the streets, hoping one day she'd have her very own furry son, but her mother strictly forbade even getting near a pup, as she had caught her trying to feed a stray at McDonald's when she was 7. Finally, she was old enough to make her own rules, and she was still dead set on getting a dog.
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As a grown up, Leanne had her own money, and she was in a pretty stable financial situation. She didn't really want to start a family yet, but she did want something to come home to. In the end, what's the point in working so hard, only to come to an empty home? Leanne was used to waking up and falling asleep to nothing but silence. Then one day, as she was on her way to work, she spotted a lonely puppy that seemed lost.
He Was A Stray
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Immediately, Leanne took the baby black labrador to the vet. As expected, the poor pup was malnourished, weak, and was suffering from mange. He had obviously been abandoned, which really made her heart sink. She realized right then and there: she needed to adopt him. If she kept postponing it, it would just never happen. What if she
lost her job or something happened? In a way, she felt that fate brought them together, but loyalty would play a role as well.
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After many months of treatment, Marlow was finally a healthy dog in great shape. He kept getting stronger, and stronger, and he adored his little trips to the office. Leanne's coworkers loved him, and he loved playing around with them. Soon, he was so big, she couldn't keep hiding him in a cardboard box anymore. She had no choice but to leave him home, but then, he started showing off his true colors.