Why does Carlson Want to kill Candy's dog in Of Mice and Men


Carlson essentially views Candy’s dog as a nuisance and he wants to put it out of its misery. From the very beginning of this scene, Carlson moans about Candy’s dog and refuses to become distracted when the other men begin a conversation about a magazine. Candy starts with saying how much that the old dog smells, ‘I don't know nothing that stinks as bad as an old dog’ he states. He says how the dog stinks out the house and how ‘the stink hangs around even after he’s gone’ and then he carries on his rant by saying how the dog ‘aint no help to himself’ due to the fact


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