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This image accompanies an article about a pup who turns into a werepup by looking at a full moon in the water. The pup is scared and hides from the other Paw Patrol members, but is eventually found and comforted by them.

and they're like oh pup Why do some puppies turn into werepups when they see a full moon?


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Question: I was copping with the other paw patrol and someone says a pup can turn into a werepup by looking at a full moon in the water and I did and I feel weird I wake up wait where's sky? I'm a pup and I was scared and I was hiding from the pups I see them scared about me trying to find me but I don't want to be found and the pups see me

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and they explain that I turn into a werepup because I looked at the full moon in the water. They tell me that I can control my transformation and gave me tips to help me through it. They also explain that I'm not dangerous and I just need someone to understand. I'm scared at first but eventually I get used to it and I become one of the paw patrol. I even help the other pups out when they need it. Now I can be part of the team and help keep Adventure Bay safe.

Answered by text-davinci-003

Jan. 25, 2023, 4:41 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, January 25, 2023

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