I agree! Now the other dogs are going to bow down to Parker and his bow tie.
Neither should you be constantly barking Parker!
BARK! BARK! BARK!
Oh, come on Parker. You know you shouldn't be eating tree bark!
He must have gotten winded up by something, but now he's running as fast as the wind!
Come back Parker!
That means he must be close by!
Ellie and Amy are taking Ellie's dog Parker for a walk in the dog park. While walking they discussed Parker's new bow tie.
But what if he never comes back!?
Oh come on, don't start to tear up. Parker can't be that far away.
Hey! There's Parker's bow, but now it has a tear in it.
All of a sudden, Parker runs to a nearby tree and starts barking, He then starts to eat the tree bark. Ellie and Amy immediately notice and tell Parker to stop.
Parker, we found you! I'm so glad you're safe!
Wow! He must really like that piece of lead! Anyway, we should lead Parker back to the dog park.
Hey! We should stargaze! It's the perfect night and would be a great way to end the day!
As if Parker didn't like being told what to do, he ran off as fast as the wind. Far behind, Ellie and Amy try to chase Parker but he is too fast.
That's a great idea. In fact, I brought a down pillow for us to lie down on!
Ellie starts to tear up because she worries Parker is lost. Amy tries to comfort her when she finds Parker's torn up bow tie. Ellie then suspects that Parker must be close by.
Ellie and Amy found Parker nearby by a piece of lead on the ground. They then lead Parker back to continue walking through the dog park.
As the sun sets and the end of the day starts to near, Ellie and Amy decide that the perfect way to finish off the day would be to stargaze. As they lie down, with their down pillow, Ellie and Amy are overjoyed to have found Parker and glad that he seems to be stargazing too.