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So for the last 12 years, my life was dedicated to my dog. He was and is Numero Uno. Since my divorce, some 9 years ago, I take care of him all by myself. This limits my freedom quite a bit but I know that I limit my freedom for his wellbeing, I don’t want him to feel left alone when I have to go away. He loves to be in his bench while I drive to and fro our two houses. As long as we can be together it’s . with him and also with me. I came to understand why so many people risk their lives to save their dogs from drowning each year. The love between man and dog is stronger than between most people.
I hope we can be together for some more years and enjoy each other’s company, each other’s snoring at night, each other’s love and care.


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