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Sounds of a Rebel

Sounds of a Rebel

Sounds of a Rebel

STORY BY Dr. John O. Blythe
PHOTOGRAPHY BY Illustration by John Denney

Sounds of a Rebel

STORY BY Dr. John O. Blythe
PHOTOGRAPHY BY Illustration by John Denney

Sounds of a Rebel

STORY BY Dr. John O. Blythe
PHOTOGRAPHY BY Illustration by John Denney
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I loaded the old pointer and was about to invite the adolescent sinner into the car. Rebel had behaved so badly on our last hunt that nothing he could do would alter Paul’s judgement, and my friend was quick to remind me of the pup’s turpitude.

Like mankind, domesticated canines make mistakes and develop habits that need redemption. Oh, the shame that a man, or a dog, can be defined by an indiscretion made on the worst day of his otherwise exemplary life.

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Sounds of a Rebel

I loaded the old pointer and was about to invite the adolescent sinner into the car. Rebel had behaved so badly on our last hunt that nothing he could do would alter Paul’s judgement, and my friend was quick to remind me of the pup’s turpitude.

Like mankind, domesticated canines make mistakes and develop habits that need redemption. Oh, the shame that a man, or a dog, can be defined by an indiscretion made on the worst day of his otherwise exemplary life.

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