Buck

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  • Buck must learn go survive in the wild, so he can be apart of the pack. It's going to be a long journey for Buck, and he will learn new lessons.
  • This Fight will end with you down!
  • Dat Buck, heem teech dat Spitz whos boss
  • Buck now experiences the man in the red sweater. The man says "Be a good dog and I'll go well and goose hang high. Be a bad dog, and I'll whale the stuff'n outa you. Understand?"He learns that he's not in charge. The man's club is the symbol of power. To fit to survive he would be determined by the force. Buck's old care free life was now over. 
  • The poor darlings! They must be starving!
  • This dog will never learn! I must spank him until he goes! So lazy!
  • When Curly dies, he learns about the law of club and fang. In order to survive, you can't go down. Once you go down, you're dead. Buck was getting attacked by Spitz very time Buck was weak. It's because, it would be easier for Buck to die, if he were down. The law of club and fang is important to know if you want to fit to survive.
  • Buck faces Spitz in his first dog fight. Buck wins, and now Spitz is dead. Buck actually felt good after the fight and felt like he was a real viscous wolf. Buck is fit for the wild and adapts easily. In order for a dog to survive in the wild, you'll have to know how to fight your enemies or catch prey.
  • Hal, Charles, and Mercedes aren't good at fitting into survive in the wild because they don't even know what they're doing.  Mercedes whing and cares for the dogs but not a nature kind of person. Hal is beating the dogs even though they're tired and weak. Charles is mostly confused about what to do.
  • A man named John Thornton saves Buck from Hal, Charles, and Mercedes. John actually cared about him and treated him right. But once John died, Buck had made the decision to answer the call of the wild he has been debating on. Buck now lives in the wild with the other wolf pack. During it all, he learned new lessons, experiences, and now can fit to survive in the wild. Buck is definitely "Survival of the fittest"!
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