(a) The farm produced only dogs as a commodity. The only two things common amongst the dogs was that firstly, each one of them was a mongrel of unknown and distinct ancestry and secondly, each was given away for free to a good home.
(b) The author yanked the chain-linked puppy cage which scared most of the puppies. However, a gold puppy with a white blaze on his chest charged without fear at the gate. The author automatically fell in love with this puppy as he excitedly jumped up and licked the author’s fingers and decided to take him home.
(c) Shaun’s obedience is a quality that makes him a good dog and hence does dogs a good name. He mastered every command by the author and was naturally well behaved. The author describes Shaun’s obedience in terms of the broken crust falling to the floor and yet Shaun would not touch it without the permission of his master.
(d) The author’s father cried on two occasions. Once during the time when the author lost his sister Mary Ann, who was stillborn and a second time when Shaun, the author’s dog died.
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