I walked leisurely along the river bank. The evening sun cast shadows of me onto the river. I loved this place, it was perfect. The barking of a dog broke the silence of the evening. I could see him pacing over and back. Whinning and whimpering. His body trembling. Something was wrong. Something was very wrong. I could feel the anxiety starting in my fingertips, The goosebumps were rising on my bare arms. Nervously I ran over to him. In horror, I realised his little pup was dangling from a small wispy branch. I reached in and cradled him... The evening returned to being perfect.
Once there was a dog, he lived in Waterford. His family and other people loved him. One day a mean man called the pound on him for barking. The next day the pound came to get the dog. The dogs family hid him in the garage, but the pound found him and cornered him. But a little kid hit the man with a tennis racket. The man turned around and said "what was that for?". He turned back around and the dog was gone. The dog ran as fast as he could, and found himself at a nice peaceful lake.
One day , Sophie and Anna were going for a walk . They were walking cassually, then they found a lottery ticket on the ground! Anna gasped " imagine if this was the winning ticket "?! Sophie said "I hope it is !" Anna said "me too". They continued to walk . Then they found out was the ticket even real..........?!
There was a dog called Twig who like to eat twigs off a tree. One day, Twig tired from eating twigs, decided to swim in the lake. Twig was having a nice time swimming but then a fish called Tiko popped up and said " I don't want your fleas in my lake! " Twig and Tiko started to argue for a while. A bear called Gerald came along and tried to sneak up and eat them. Twig and Tiko teamed up to defeat the giant hungry bear. Gerald ran off. They were so happy about beating Gerald, that they threw a party. All the woodland creatures were invited to it except Gerald the bear.
On May 24th last year, it was scorching hot and I was down at the pool, paddling when I saw a little path by the ditch. Curiosity got the better of me and I took off down the path. It twisted and turned but eventually I came across a river.
I was swimming when a current caught me and started to pull me down the river. I shouted for help but nobody came, I started to gasp and splutter but still nobody. I attempted one more last gurgle and then I saw it, a small dog standing beside a big tree, my saviour.
Ozzy fixed his eyes on the small floating ball as it went downstream, bobbing up and down with the gentle current. He wanted to please his master, but remembered the sudden shock of diving into the ice cool crisp river water in early March. The possibility of making Ben happy of getting loads of tantalising treats made his mouth water. Ozzy thought back to what his mother said when he was a pup before they got separated “never go into the water without your master.” At that moment he heard a faint voice in the distance yes it sounded like Ben coming closer getting louder Ozzy wagged his tail in excitement and knocked Ben to the ground licking him with his long slobbery pink tongue.
One lovely sunset evening my younger brother and I brought Conor our dog for a walk when he saw a fox and sprinted after it. We tried to run after him but he was too fast. We called his name but there was no answer. We decided to go home through the big dark forest to see if he was there but he wasn’t. My brother was crying sadly for a day or two and then something amazing happened. We were out on a cycle when we saw the back of a dog’s paw wedged between two trees. My brother and I sprinted to see what it was and it was Conor. We gave him a huge hug breathed a sigh of relief.
Ellie, the lively retriever, was walking with her owner Connor. When they came to a little coffee shop by the river, Connor ordered Ellie to “stay” and went inside. Ellie spied a large cat rambling by the river bank and scampered, forgetting her order to stay put. The cat was at the water’s edge trying to catch a fish who had swam upstream, trying to escape a larger fish. The poor little fish was suddenly swept from the water by an old fisherman sitting close by. He was very pleased with his catch. The upset cat dashed up a tree. Connor runs to the scene, spilling his coffee, and very upset with his naughty dog.
Lucky gently paddled to the river. She opened her mouth and tasted the air. DEATH... that was the only taste that was in the air after the big growl had come. When she came to the river, she bathed her wounded paw. After that, she found a dark hollow cave in the side of a cliff to rest for the night. In the morning, she would move out to continue her journey to the land of plenty. In the morning, Lucky caught a bunny and had it for breakfast. She bathed her paw again and set off to land of plenty.
It was a cold dreary day by the lake. Mary was stuck at home and felt the urgency to go somewhere, so Mary decided to bring her dog down to the lake. It was very relaxing as Mary heard the sound of the wintry water crash of the rocks, it was a very windy day. Recently Mary had felt out of it a little bit but hearing such a comforting sound of the water helped her come back to reality. Mary had felt alone, so she made a promise to herself that every day she would come and listen to the water.
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