Obi the Super Puppy and the Mystery of the Red Mist
Everyone thinks their dog is the smartest one around.
But Obi really is!

Who is Obi?

Answer

Obi is now a ten year old Labrador, who works in the Labs 'n Life program. He is a superstar in his own right, making kids happy every day. Obi is one of the founding dogs of this amazing program.

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Chapter 1: Chapter One
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"... a dog,” agreed Maddy. That’s right, and as a superhero I will endeavour to ensure I reach as many kids as possible! “Come on, Obi, tell us a story,” demanded Maddy. “Yeah, tell us, tell us, pleeeeeese,” agreed Aijay. The two girls collapsed on the soft grass, with their ..."
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"... head was up and tilted to one side. He looked curiously at the girls and began to speak. “Okay, but only if you two actually listen,” replied Obi as the girls lay their heads on his flat back. “Yep, that’s it; don’t move, Obi,” said Maddy. “Comfy,” agreed Aijay. It ..."
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"... speak. “Okay, but only if you two actually listen,” replied Obi as the girls lay their heads on his flat back. “Yep, that’s it; don’t move, Obi,” said Maddy. “Comfy,” agreed Aijay. It all began on a Monday in December. My new mum gently laid me in the car. After weeks ..."
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"... to do background checks on Mum and Dad,” laughed Maddy. “No they just had us,” mumbled Aijay. “Yes and had I known about you two I may have chosen differently,” chuckled Obi. Maddy and Aijay both sat up. They looked at each other and then at their faithful pet. Obi smiled, ..."
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"... chosen differently,” chuckled Obi. Maddy and Aijay both sat up. They looked at each other and then at their faithful pet. Obi smiled, “Just kidding.” A new adventure was about to begin and soon I would be able to assume my true identity and become the superhero of my dreams. I ..."
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"... in delight as the car began its descent into the world of adventure and mystery. Apparently I was now called Obi, a strange name; it had something to do with the force and some KenObi person, but no matter. “We didn’t get to choose our names either,” said Aijay. “Shhh, how did ..."
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"... best fun yet,” laughed the girls. Obi couldn’t resist. He pounced on the girls—his paws on their shoulders and once on top he pushed them to the ground. He proceeded to lick their faces until they were completely covered with Labrador slobber. “Okay, enough, enough,” pleaded ..."
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"... were completely covered with Labrador slobber. “Okay, enough, enough,” pleaded Maddy. Eventually Obi and the girls settled down. Maddy and Aijay listened as they wiped their faces dry. These kids were not as lucky as you two; they desperately wanted a dog. Unfortunately their ..."

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Chapter 2: Chapter Two
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"... unlike you two I don’t scream about having a sleep either.” “Nobody’s perfect,” said Maddy. The girls shuffled around, closing their eyes. Obi lay his head down on his front paws. Eventually it was time to be put back in the car and driven to a new place that was to become my home. ..."
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"... were soft when you bounced on them. “You mean beanbags, silly,” laughed Aijay. “I wasn’t really paying attention and the bags themselves were far more interesting than any name,” said Obi. In another room there was a large bed that when stretching as tall as possible, I could ..."
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"... dogs on the farm. “Surely you knew it was a toy?” asked Aijay. “I was only a baby, and just like you two I still had things to learn,” responded Obi. “I just learnt quicker than the likes of you.” “Oh that’s funny.” “Who’s a funny puppy?” giggled ..."
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"... you eat the palm trees?” asked Aijay. Obi sighed and then, without answering he continued his story. I bounced away from the palm and pounced towards Dad. As a reward I was presented with a chunky brisket bone that went down quite nicely. Exhausted by the day’s activities, I was ..."

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Chapter 3: Chapter Three
"...Obi continued, ignoring the question. The only other object of interest was my cosy bed that was carefully butted up to the sink. In front of the box was my water dish. As I had a small drink to wet my mouth I heard the rumbling noise again. It seemed ..."
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"... stepping out of the water I began to crawl backwards against the far door. I shook the water off with excitement. “Remember superheros don’t get frightened,” explained Obi. “U-huh,” said the girls as they raised their eyebrows to each other. Well, that’s what I kept telling ..."
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"... cushion. I opened my mouth and let out a puppy yap that was unfortunately not the threatening sound I had hoped. “Speak, Obi,” Aijay giggled at her own private joke. It did, however, gain the attention of the cushion. Still floating in midair it turned to face me. With the reflexes ..."
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"... as the remaining contents of the water dish emptied all over the room. Now I realised why the paper was on the floor. “See, Maddy, Obi doesn’t have accidents.” Maddy just rolled her eyes and gestured for Obi to continue his story. I rolled off the growling and angry cushion dog ..."
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"... the room. Now I realised why the paper was on the floor. “See, Maddy, Obi doesn’t have accidents.” Maddy just rolled her eyes and gestured for Obi to continue his story. I rolled off the growling and angry cushion dog and grabbed it by the neck. I shook it with all my might. I ..."
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"... their beautiful puppy, which, like my toy cushion dog, was wet from tip to tail. “Bet they were impressed,” said Maddy. “Not so much,” replied Obi. As I was picked up and taken outside, I started to wonder if the whole thing had been a dream. After all, I could have been acting ..."

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Chapter 4: Chapter Four
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"... yourself; I sleep just fine,” argued Aijay. “Don’t get me started with you, little sister,” said Maddy. “Don’t get me started with either of you,” said Obi. The door was opened and I slid across the cold, tiled floor and flew out onto the damp grass. I set off exploring ..."
"...Which I consumed in a flash, continued Obi without even breaking stride. After inhaling my food, I felt the need for a large drink. While I had my nose firmly planted in my bucket of water a thought occurred. What if the drip came from my drink bucket? Surely it warranted deeper investigation. I quickly looked around ..."
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"... to swim?” “Yeah, I think so.” “You think so? Come on, you two, I’ve been here all your short lives. Surely you know a bit more about the Labrador than that,” scoffed Obi, looking from side to side at the girls draped over his back. “We do, I promise that we do,” said ..."
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"... from side to side at the girls draped over his back. “We do, I promise that we do,” said Maddy. “Well, okay, but we will be having a history lesson later,” barked Obi. “Good one, Aijay.” Obi closed his eyes. He knew it wouldn’t make the girls go away, but it was at ..."
"...Obi closed his eyes. He knew it wouldn’t make the girls go away, but it was at least a second of peace. Right, so during my investigation of the water bucket, Dad had come outside and was playing with a long, green tube of some sort. He was muttering to ..."
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"... have to walk up, hug him, and flash our bright eyes!’” said Maddy. “I guess he is pretty easy.” “Yes, well, this time he just laughed and tickled my tummy,” said Obi. ..."

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Chapter 5: Chapter Five
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"... the connection between the two objects. “Now I know why Dad has two sheds,” said Maddy. “Why?” “One for the new stuff and one for all the stuff Obi has destroyed.” “He could just throw out the broken stuff,” said Aijay. “This is Dad we’re talking about,” ..."
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"... reach the drip. “I’ve always wondered why you do that?” said Aijay. “Well now you know. But the real question was, why was this water so determined to drive me crazy?” wondered Obi. Apparently, me just being in the bathroom was enough to drive Mum crazy. She chased me ..."
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"... to work out you were not the centre of attention anymore?” asked Aijay. “Yes, well, as soon as I had contained the cushion dog situation, I flew down to the back end of the house in search of Mum,” scoffed Obi. “Situation, you said it was nothing,” laughed Maddy. “I made sure ..."
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"... down to the back end of the house in search of Mum,” scoffed Obi. “Situation, you said it was nothing,” laughed Maddy. “I made sure of it,” yawned Obi. “Careful, he’s almost ready for his main sleep of the day,” sighed Aijay as she rolled over and started to stroke Obi’s ..."
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"... it was nothing,” laughed Maddy. “I made sure of it,” yawned Obi. “Careful, he’s almost ready for his main sleep of the day,” sighed Aijay as she rolled over and started to stroke Obi’s soft ears. ..."

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Chapter 6: Chapter Six
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"... I was lying on the grass. Had it all been a dream? “No way,” said Maddy. “I wouldn’t have thought so,” said Aijay. “WAKE UP Obi!” yelled Maddy. “What, what’s going on?” stuttered the poor Labrador. “You were snoring,” said Aijay. “That is what you do when ..."
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"... were snoring,” said Aijay. “That is what you do when you sleep.” “No sleeping,” cried the girls. “Okay, okay, let me gather my thoughts,” said Obi. At last I found both my mum and dad, safe and sound. They were together, putting something against the laundry door. ..."
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"... Aijay. “One minute you have your room set up perfectly and the next all the stuff is put neatly away.” “Yes, who do they think they are, cleaning up your mess,” laughed Obi. However I became interested in what they were actually doing because they were playing with another source ..."
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"... he was a puppy remember,” said Aijay. “So you didn’t know everything back then?” asked Maddy. “At least I knew when it was time to listen,” said Obi impatiently. I crept forward, through my dad’s legs to investigate. Wow, maybe my parents had found that strange red ..."
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"... were after the red mist that possessed your toys?” questioned Aijay. “True, but don’t you think it was all a bit strange? Red mist, red flecks in the water, pretty big coincidence if you ask me,” suggested Obi. “We don’t believe in coincidences.” “Exactly,” said ..."
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"... mist, red flecks in the water, pretty big coincidence if you ask me,” suggested Obi. “We don’t believe in coincidences.” “Exactly,” said Obi. After a while I got sick of watching the drops dribble down the door so I scratched at them with my paw. That was fun for a little ..."
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"... my paw. That was fun for a little while, but eventually I got bored. “Eventually, he says,” whispered Aijay. “Strange things amuse you, Obi,” laughed Maddy. So I dropped onto my stomach and put my head down. I closed my eyes and with a frustrated sigh I fell asleep. All this ..."
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"... my eyes and with a frustrated sigh I fell asleep. All this investigating had really got me nowhere, but it sure had worn me out. “Poor Obi,” sighed the girls. I awoke hours later to find myself back outside. Obviously, Mum and Dad still hadn’t managed to have an actual ..."
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"... and charged at the red-eyed bird. A loud noise rumbled out of my throat and for the first time I produced a real bark. “Yeah, way to go Obi,” laughed Aijay. “Good timing,” stated Maddy. The bird stood its ground and stared at me with its evil eyes. I felt my fur stand up on ..."
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"... back with a yelp; the red mist had escaped me once again, and I was no closer to solving the mystery! “But you fought very bravely,” nodded Aijay, as she patted Obi’s broad head. Suddenly, the back door opened and I looked up to see Mum and Dad standing at the door. I shook my head ..."

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Chapter 7: Chapter Seven
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"... laughed Aijay. “Yeah, deck the halls with lots of Mum’s crazy ideas,” continued Maddy. “Absolutely, but this was my first experience of Mum’s Christmas chaos,” said Obi. However, even with her guarding the tree, I did manage to sneak a peek. There were several brightly ..."
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"... first experience of Mum’s Christmas chaos,” said Obi. However, even with her guarding the tree, I did manage to sneak a peek. There were several brightly coloured packages and the vast majority had “Obi” written on them. “Now most have our names on them,” said the ..."
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"... majority had “Obi” written on them. “Now most have our names on them,” said the girls. “You certainly do take the bulk of the packaging, but I do pretty well,” said Obi. Anyway I was just excited that sometime soon I would obviously be getting rewarded for keeping both ..."
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"... is rather large,” giggled Aijay. “Did anyone ever tell you how vain you are?” asked Maddy. “Excuse me, little miss pretty in her purple fairy dress,” said Obi. So there was no way it could be what I really looked like; after all, Mum was always saying that I’m the ..."
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"... would also secure me some more packages under the tree. “I thought you said you did all right?” asked Maddy. “A few extra never goes astray,” said Obi. “Better make sure we remember that this Christmas,” said Aijay. “More insignificant packages for Obi under the ..."
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"... never goes astray,” said Obi. “Better make sure we remember that this Christmas,” said Aijay. “More insignificant packages for Obi under the tree. Check,” giggled Maddy. While the packages built up I searched out more adventures. The cushion dog stayed dormant, no matter how ..."
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"... make sure all was in order. “Some things never change,” offered Aijay. “Okay, I may spread my toys around, but that is nothing compared to the gigantic mess you two make on a daily basis,” said Obi. “What is that supposed to mean?” asked Maddy as she sat up and cupped ..."
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"... to the gigantic mess you two make on a daily basis,” said Obi. “What is that supposed to mean?” asked Maddy as she sat up and cupped Obi’s head in her hands. She stared into his brown eyes, awaiting his reply. “I mean, have you seen the house after a day of cyclone Maddy and ..."
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"... awaiting his reply. “I mean, have you seen the house after a day of cyclone Maddy and tornado Aijay?” “We do like to have fun,” replied Maddy as she tickled Obi’s chin. To further protect Mum and Dad I had to do regular patrols of the backyard. This often required me to dig in ..."
"...the backyard. This often required me to dig in my water dish, run through my kennel, check all of the outside toys, and frequently examine the hose. It was really quite a hectic job. I think Mum must have notice how hard I was working, because sure enough the “Obi” packages under the tree kept piling up. There was, of course, one other sneaky job I had to fulfil. The back room full of all those really playful-looking toys had to be thoroughly searched. ..."

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Chapter 8: Chapter Eight
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"... hates that,” commented Aijay. “That’s because he likes to play with the toilet paper,” said Maddy. “I do not play with the toilet paper,” scoffed Obi. “Okay then, Mr. Sophisticated, what do you call it?” asked Aijay. “Testing a theory.” “And exactly ..."
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"... what theory requires you running through the house with the end of the toilet roll in your mouth?” asked Maddy. “How long is a piece of string?” replied Obi. When she finally came out, we went to the plastic tree. A package was handed to me. Wow, I was finally able to have my ..."
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"... high-pitched squeak. Very annoying, but possibly very useful. Surely this would help in my protection of the house. “One track mind, Obi, one track mind,” said Maddy. That wasn’t the only present I received for being a fantastic super puppy. There were many more great surprises to ..."
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"... you get all this cool stuff and then have to leave it without even playing with it,” grumbled Aijay. “Mum recons that’s why they start a cricket test match on Boxing Day,” said Obi. “What’s that got to do with anything?” asked the girls. “She gets to watch the cricket in ..."
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"... Day,” said Obi. “What’s that got to do with anything?” asked the girls. “She gets to watch the cricket in peace for five days, while you two and Dad are all busy with your new toys,” said Obi. “No wonder she spoils us so much,” laughed Maddy. They drove off and left me ..."
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"... haunches, and let out the largest noise possible. “Still had that puppy bark, hey,” giggled Aijay. “Sorry Obi, it just really wasn’t very scary,” said Maddy, with a smile. “No, it wasn’t, so the birds just kept coming,” said Obi. I was completely surrounded by the red ..."
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"... bark, hey,” giggled Aijay. “Sorry Obi, it just really wasn’t very scary,” said Maddy, with a smile. “No, it wasn’t, so the birds just kept coming,” said Obi. I was completely surrounded by the red mist, and then out of the corner of my eye I saw the seventh bird. It was ..."

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Chapter 9: Chapter Nine
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"... hates his sleep being disturbed,” commented Maddy. “Of course you would be the main culprit,” added Aijay. “Whatever, at least Obi had an excuse,” said Maddy. “Exactly, you really can’t expect evil to only happen from nine to five. I mean what was I to do, politely explain ..."
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"... least Obi had an excuse,” said Maddy. “Exactly, you really can’t expect evil to only happen from nine to five. I mean what was I to do, politely explain that my hero office hours were completely inflexible? Really, how ridiculous!” scoffed Obi. “Let me guess; Dad suffered from a ..."
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"... into the spotlight, a place where I should clearly be all the time. “Here we go again,” sighed Aijay. Obi comes from planet ‘Look at Me, Look at Me,’” giggled Maddy. People came from everywhere; my parents sure knew a lot of these guys. Anyway they were all keen to meet and ..."
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"... on the towel for a while, managing to get most of the back seat covered in sand and water before falling into an unsettled, sleep. “Poor Obi,” said Maddy. I awoke to find myself dry and lying on my blue beanbag with my small stuffed dog near my mouth. Picking it up for a chew I tried to ..."
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"... order to be let inside so I could patrol the house. I would certainly be more careful not to let my guard down in the future. “That’s our Obi,” said the girls. ..."

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Chapter 10: Chapter Ten
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"... filled my mind as I was driven home. “Of course,” said Maddy as she rolled her eyes. “I guess I should also mention that during this time Mum found it necessary to ‘train’ me,” laughed Obi. “Yeah she likes to do that,” said Maddy. These sessions usually consisted of her ..."
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"... the point, but I usually did as I was told. “Goody two shoes,” said Maddy. “Yes, well, I’m not as stubborn as you,” replied Obi, “but I deliberately took my time in learning how to drop.” “How did that work for you?” asked Aijay. When I finally got sick of her ..."
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"... and did it, she went ballistic. Man was Mum excited! I mean all I did was drop; imagine if I’d done a dance! “That would be cool,” giggled the girls. “Obi dance!” Over the holidays my parents and I had many more outings, all of them fun, but not particularly helpful in solving ..."
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"... birds and report any sightings next Sunday. Now I had two sidekicks of my own; I really was a superhero. “You’re our hero, Obi,” said the girls as they stroked his soft ears. “Yeah, okay, but I must admit that at the time I was baffled by the birds’ actions. Why was I the only ..."

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Chapter 11: Chapter Eleven
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"... to graduate a class at dog school, but the lessons were still quite dull, although we were now occasionally allowed off the lead. “Go, Obi!” said the girls. This was really important because my sidekicks could now take turns to run off and find out if the red mist had been near any of ..."
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"... he was the coolest and so smart! “You mean smarter than you?” asked Maddy. No way, not possible,” said Aijay. “Older and wiser, hey Obi,” said Maddy. “Older does not mean wiser,” argued Aijay. “Am too . . .” said Maddy. “Am not . . .” said ..."
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"... said Maddy. “Older does not mean wiser,” argued Aijay. “Am too . . .” said Maddy. “Am not . . .” said Aijay. “Enough!” shouted Obi. I was still a little confused about what was actually happening so Indy took me aside and told me a story. This was a retrieval ..."

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Chapter 12: Chapter Twelve
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"... They swooped, glided, and sped around me, completing the impossible, making me look silly! “No way!” joked Maddy. Obi, look silly, not possible,” agreed Aijay. It was so frustrating. Why couldn’t I catch one and make it talk? There had to be a way. Then it dawned on me. They ..."
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"... youngest birds in my powerful jaws. It squawked and screeched so I threw it into my drink bucket until it finally calmed down. “Well done, Obi,” said Aijay. Now I had my bird—all I needed was information. The water mysteriously managed to translate the screeching noises of the evil ..."
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"... dad would go crazy! I must have sat there for hours, but no answer popped into my head. I was stuck; the evil mist had won! “Don’t give up, Obi,” said Aijay. “You must have patience,” giggled Maddy. In frustration, I rolled on the grass chewing an old shoe, thinking, the ..."

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Chapter 13: Chapter Thirteen
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"... this GSP or we were doomed. “Such frightening thoughts for two young pups,” said Aijay. “What happened next, Obi?” asked Maddy as she rearranged herself into a more comfortable position. My unsettling dreams were interrupted by my dad, who put my harness on and threw me into the ..."
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"... water. “Yuck,” snarled Maddy. Without thinking, I jumped and splashed my way through this putrid, stinking mess. Obi, that is so gross,” said Aijay. Finding the cave was surely my only way to save Molly and myself! From behind I could hear my dad yelling at me, but Max ran ..."

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Chapter 14: Chapter Fourteen
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"... she took the hint and dressed me up in my harness. Obi yawned, stood up, and stretched out his back legs, one at a time. He then bowed down and stretched his front legs, finally finishing his routine with a firm and boisterous shake. “Come on, Obi, you have to finish the story,” ..."
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"... his front legs, finally finishing his routine with a firm and boisterous shake. “Come on, Obi, you have to finish the story,” complained Maddy, who had now jumped up and stood right in front of him. “Please, Obi!” said Aijay, staring at her puppy with her bright green ..."
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"... you have to finish the story,” complained Maddy, who had now jumped up and stood right in front of him. “Please, Obi!” said Aijay, staring at her puppy with her bright green eyes. When I finally woke up, I found myself at home in a soft beanbag. Stretching all of my sore muscles I got ..."
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"... I thought about it, the more I was certain I was right. All this dog needed was a family to love him, a family like mine. “Ohhh, thanks Obi,” said the girls. Then it hit me—the kids in the park, on my very first day. They had wanted a dog, but couldn’t afford to buy one. How ..."

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Chapter 15: Chapter Fifteen
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"... across the road. He followed, but I must admit he was stealthy. Sometimes I wasn’t even sure where he was hiding. “But nobody gets past you, Obi,” said Aijay. We walked through the park, around the new houses, and finally to the last house on the longest street. There was the ..."
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"... forward and then to my surprise he rolled over and let her tickle his tummy. “Name me a dog that doesn’t love a good old tummy tickle,” said Aijay as she reached over and started to rub Obi’s belly. I could see his eyes and amazingly they were transforming from red to a deep ..."

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Chapter 16: Chapter Sixteen
"...I saw something. There was an angry cloud of red. It circled the other clouds and slowly grew. The red mist! Then with a blink of the eye it disappeared. But I knew then, I hadn’t seen the last of that mist. There was another adventure brewing and I, Obi the super puppy, would once again be required to save the day. ..."

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