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The Excursion Allen wasnt just an ordinary dog His owner thought that he understood what he was telling him He was one of the nicest puppieaas and everyone who knew Allen just loved him Today Allens owners were gone for the day because they went to watch the Philadelphia 76ers game Allen went through the doggy door and noticed that the fence that led to the front lawn was partially open Allen steadily walked through the portal and into the world he had never gone alone He started to take the route which his owners usually took him He walked over to the small tree near by raised his back foot and started to sprinkle sprinkle on the tree Once he was finished he was sure to turn around and sniff the area in order to confirm that his smell was definitely on the tree As Allen kept the on moving forward he noticed that the scenery that he was seeing was not the usual scenery he saw when he walked with his owners He went into a panic He was lost and he didnt know his way back He turned around running furiously hoping he would find some familiar sights that would lead him back to his home His keen dog senses were not working properly he was too panicked out to even try to use the senses to lead him back He had to get home before his owner was home He noticed that the sky had slightly darkened since his departure He sniffed around hoping to smell something that would help in anyway to get him back home He couldnt find a smell to trace back home he decided to keep on walking forward since there was nothing else to do Then he saw another dog He had seen the dog elsewhere close to his home He decided to follow the dog to see where it led The dog quickly
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