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Roy looked in each cage at the shelter. Then, he went back to the start and looked at each one again. He felt like this was the most important decision he would ever make. Today, he would pick out his own dog.
It took a long time to get his parents to agree to get a dog. Roy told them that he was more responsible now that he was in middle school. He got everything ready for a dog at his house. He used his own money to buy some food and made a doggie bed out of a box and some old towels. Now, Roy just needed the perfect dog.
Roy kneeled down in front of a small beagle. The dog’s head drooped a little, and it looked at Roy with sad eyes.
The animal control officer saw Roy trying to pet the beagle. “He may look a little sad right now,” Officer Kody said, “but that dog’s got a playful streak that will come out when you get him out of here. I’ll tell you what, why don’t I let him out so that you can play with him.”
Roy's face brightened, and he stepped back so Officer Kody could open the cage. As soon as the cage cracked open a couple inches, the beagle pushed its way out and began running around the room. Officer Kody tried to go after the beagle, but it was too fast. It slipped behind cabinets, toppled the trash can, and jumped at the other dogs still in the cages. It even managed to get behind Officer Kody and jumped on the back of his legs. Roy felt like his face would burst from laughing so hard.
“Come here, boy,” Roy said as he slapped his knee.
The beagle stopped running for a second when it heard Roy calling. A big, goofy grin came on its face as it headed for the boy. It jumped on Roy’s chest, knocking him backwards. A big, wet tongue began licking his face. Roy giggled as he tried to get the dog to stop.
“Here’s the leash, kiddo,” Officer Kody said. “Good job getting him to come to you.”
Roy was able to get the leash around the dog’s neck. The duo ran around outside, and Roy knew this was the fun-loving dog that he had to take home.
He went to find his mom, who was waiting in the main office. “Did you find one that you like?” she asked.
“Yep. I think I'll name him Kody.”
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Which sentence best supports the idea that the beagle likes Roy?
A.
"Roy felt like his face would burst from laughing so hard."
B.
"It took a long time to get his parents to agree to get a dog."
C.
"The animal control officer saw Roy trying to pet the beagle."
D.
"A big, goofy grin came on its face as it headed for the boy."

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The answer is D.
The sentence describes how the dog feels and expresses joy when seeing the boy.
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