Our buddy Tater

by Lorraine

It's been three years since our buddy Tater passed to Rainbow Bridge. He was a doxie, black and tan. He lived to 17 and was "the King" in our house. The emotional devastation of losing our best friend can only be understood by others who have gone through the same loss. Our dog was a major part of our lives and our souls. Dogs don't discriminate and they have unconditional love. No matter what we look like, rich or poor, they just want to be with people giving love and happily accepting love. To not have had the experience of loving a pet and knowing the joys they give is really sad.

To this day we still expect to see him running through the house, hearing him eating his breakfast, and wishing he would come and snuggle with us. Miss him all the time. Who else gets as excited to see you than your dog? Even if you take out the trash and come right back in the house they act like they haven't seen you in years!!! Animals are just one of God's greatest gifts.

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