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While out walking one night, a dog met a poor hungry wolf. The dog invited the wolf home to see of maybe his master had a job for a wolf. Along the way the wolf noticed the dog's neck had a mark and asked what it was. The dog told the wolf that he wore a collar and was chained up during the day. Horrified the wolf dashed off.

Is this a silly story, fable, or fairy tale?

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    it is a fable

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    how is it a fable when it didn't teach you a lesson?

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