Almost two years had passed since I’d begrudgingly welcomed a dragon breath, mangy furred, one-eyed shaky little mutt into our home.
We inherited Chopper from my in-laws who, in a final display of their wicked sense of humor, left us their smelly, obese, geriatric dog instead of a palatial estate.
I didn’t really want him. After all, I had already welcomed three kids, a cat, and my devoted German shepherd mix, Buddy, into my heart and home. There was no room for more.
But the little dog needed a place to live, and given his age and poor health, I figured it would only be for a few months anyway, so I agreed.
When he arrived at our home he was so obese he could barely walk. I immediately put him on a diet and within a few months he was running and jumping. The vet said that I probably…
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