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All four of us anxiously peered through the transparent door The white shiny tiled floor barely peeked through all of the spread out fur balls As soon as my fathers work boots tapped the floor all the tiny bodies scurried away like ants after having their home destroyed All of them accept one lazy lonely runt that just barely lifted his head and blinked his oval bronze eyes at us Then he slowly gained his balance and crept over and plopped down in between my fathers boots His ears were floppy and his wormlike tongue just plopped out of his mouth while he panted constantly The puppys coat was almost jet black except for his ears that were tipped a burnt sienna His paws were no bigger than my three-year-old thumbs and head no bigger than my palm as I stroked and patted him My mother and father with eyes shimmering glanced at my brother and I as our family knew this was definitely the canine we were looking for At the time there was a sappy kids dog movie that my brother and I watched quite often Milo and Otis The dog that co-starred in the movie was named Otis This seemed to suit our familys fancy so we now decided our full-blooded German shepherds name was going to be Otis Its funny how a name can characterize a pet so much more than you think After having picked out a name and Otis beginning to catch on his personality really started to show through He was a very playful and joyous dog You could tell from the beginning that Otis had a certain intelligence about him which made him so human-like Which in part is why he was a fifth member of our family We would do everything together Otis and I had adventures in our mowed over cornfield and we would visit my grandma down the road everyday It was really
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