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4 th Generation Texan  
Sutherland Springs  
September 22, 2012 11:43am
 
I can relate to this story. My two little babies, Pudge and Pea, were almost identical to the subject of this column. I home office and so am at home all the time. I originally bought Pea for my Dad's birthday (he lives with me), but it wasn't long before I noticed she was starting to follow me around, all day long, every day...yep, we bonded. A few months later, I thought Pea needed a buddy, so I got Pudge. And, zippity Doo, both were following me around. When they wanted to eat or go outside, they'd nudge my knee with their head. When Pudge wanted me to wake up, she barked at me. Sadly, Pudge passed away about 2 years ago and I felt really, really bad for several weeks. And, then in Feb of this year Pea passed away after several months of different types of treatment to make her better. Once again, I felt terrible. Bottom line...those little critters sure can find a way into your heart. I have a new pooch I adopted from the local shelter...she's a miniature weiner dog and as sweet as they come. And, yep she follows me around, waits outside the bathroom door and sleeps on the floor as close as she can get to me at night. Dogs have made my life much better. Dogs are more than a person's best friend, they are more like beloved brothers or sisters.

Good column!
     
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