I think I mentioned that I am English, too, ricky, but my schooldays are hazy memories. However, we always put double speech marks around speech (66 to start, 99 to end) and I was confused by your single mark. These are the typos that I saw. I hope you don’t mind my pointing them out.
‘keep him still’, said J.J. He lifted Bonzo’s right paw and slipped on a baby shoe, set that that paw down, and did the same with the left paw.
‘Move out of the way, but don’t let him chew on them. I’ll take the picture and we can puit the shoes back.’
‘You got them on the wrong feet’, said Roddy. ‘You have the left shoe on the right foot, and the right shoe on the left food.’