The Meanest Hound Around by Carol Wallace

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My name's Freddie. I'm a fluffy white dog -- well-bred, well-mannered. Not the kind of pet you expect to find on the road. But that's exactly what happened when my boy's daddy dumped me near a junkyard, with no place to hide. The rain was cold. I was miserable, scared, lonely -- and so hungry I could have eaten almost anything. The junkyard is where I met Spike (Junkyard Dog in Training) -- and Tiger, the real junkyard dog....
Who could have guessed that I, fluffy Freddie, would engineer the great escape for my newfound friend, Spike? Or that all we went through, to find our freedom, would be threatened when Tiger's evil master sets out to hunt us down? Or that we'd need the help of the Meanest Hound Around to protect our new friends?

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On the family farm near Chickasha, Oklahoma, Carol Wallace and Bill Wallace have always had lots of pets. Most are "strays" that they have taken in. And most -- if not all -- became characters in their books. Mush (who goes by Freddie in this story, but used the name Snow, in Bub Moose) is sweet -- most of the time; clumsy -- some of the time; and so lovable that she wormed her way into their hearts from the very first day she appeared at their home. She's lovable until...she finds something stinky to roll in. April (Spike in the story) is also lovable -- with family and friends. When someone unknown shows up...LOOK OUT! Just like the other five dogs in the family, she can be the meanest hound around.
Published July 1, 2004 by Perfection Learning. 149 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Fluffy, sweet, and well-bred, Freddy find himself suddenly homeless when his boy’s father decides to dump him out in the woods far from home.

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