Curious George and the Puppies, based on characters of Margret Rey and H.A. Rey, Vipah Interactive, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1998.
One place you should not take George to is the shelter, especially when there are puppies around; and you should not tell George to stay by himself while you sign papers, and ask him to not be curious. It just isn't going to happen. However, the only good thing is the mother puppy, who gets loose with all the puppies, knows where her missing pup is, she can smell him of course. So even thought the puppies get out and cause all kinds of problems, they are able to get them back in the cage, and guess what George gets to bring home. I love Curious George. Tony and I use to watch all the PBS episodes.
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