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THE INFORMANT TELLS THE STORY OF A DOG WHO WOULDN'T LET HIS
MASTER OUT OF THE HOUSE TO TAKE CARE OF SOME BUSINESS. THE
DOG WOULD BARK AND JUMP ON HIS MASTER WHENEVER HE TRIED TO
LEAVE. THE MAN GREW ANGRY, PUSHED THE DOG ASIDE AND LEFT.
THE MAN NEVER RETURNED AND THE DOG DIED ON THE VERY SPOT ON
WHICH HE HAD BEEN BARKING.

Submitter comment: (THE INFORMANT BELIEVES THAT ANY STRANGE BEHAVIOR IN DOGS AND
HORSES IS LIKELY TO BODE ILL FOR THE MASTER IF HE DOES NOT
HEED THEM)

Subject headings: Observation
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Mammal

Date learned: 09-00-1972

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