This past summer, my kids, dog and I went to a cabin by a lake for a week. We enjoyed the quiet mornings and, in the afternoons, went cave exploring and ax throwing. It was a great vacation except for one thing.

My son couldn’t seem to enjoy himself on vacation because he wished for something more. You see, we’d previously discussed getting another dog since our toy poodle passed away in February. I’d said we would wait until after vacation. Now that we were on vacation, he was obsessed with thoughts about a new dog.

A new dog was all he
could talk about. He wanted to end the vacation early so he could get a new
dog. The Monday after we
returned home, we went to the animal shelter and found the perfect snuggle dog
for us: Twizzler.

The kids were in love.
It took just a couple days for our German Shepard to get used to her, but once
she did, our Shepard started paying more attention to the new dog instead of my
son.

Suddenly my son…



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