Of Mice and Men

Slim concurs, saying that the old dog only suffers. What is the significance of this scene?

Carlson offers a simple solution to the problem of Candy"s dog"s smell and feebleness: shot it

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The dog is much like his owner. He has outlived his usefulness, and is basically going to be discarded. Candy is Fearful that he is headed for the same fate.