R.I.P. Paper Dog

One of the three-year-old classes at the Training Station used shapes cut from construction paper to make pictures of dogs.  Each child named their dog, resulting in names such as “The Big Red Dog” (the dog was brown), “Puppy the Dog,” “Paper the Dog,” and “Big the Dog.”  One little girl, whose artwork is shown below, named her dog after her one-year-old sister.

But my favorite has to be the one that a kid wanted to name “Dead the Dog.”  (The teacher gently suggested a different name.)  You can see why “Dead the Dog” was initially the name of choice, and quite fitting:

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