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“The possession of a dog today is a different thing from the possession of a dog at the turn of the century, when one’s dog was fed on mashed potato and brown gravy and lived in a doghouse with an arched portal. Today a dog is fed on scraped beef and Vitamin B1 and lives in bed with you.”

“Dog Training,” in One Man’s Meat (New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1944), 199.
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