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Dana Weiss

United States
french fry enthusiast, armchair analyst, blocked by Jax Taylor

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Blogger, Blogging, Fashion
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Sixteen years ago, I moved in with my boyfriend. We were toying with the idea of getting a dog, so on Saturdays while he'd study, I'd head over to the anti-cruelty society to see the available dogs. Every week, I'd call him from the shelter to tell him our dog was there. And every week he'd tell me to come home and we'd talk about it. The weekend before Valentine's Day, 2002, someone had just surrendered a box full of puppies: four girls and a boy. While everyone surrounded the front of the cage, I snuck to the side and stuck my finger in between the bars. The shyest one in the back licked my finger, and at that moment, I knew he was mine. We were totally unprepared for this addition. No crate, no food. And no idea how profoundly he would change us. I was not a dog person, but that first year, I became the world's most annoying dog person. I'd leave work at lunch to walk him, and show everyone pictures. (So. Many. Pictures.) I'd schedule doggy playdates with our neighbors, and threw a first birthday party to rival a Deerfield Bar Mitzvah. In time, our family grew. Kirby adapted as easily to the suburbs as he did to his two annoying human brothers, who had a habit of knocking over his food and pulling his ears, both of which he'd respond to with a lick and a wag of his tail. Next Friday would be Kirby's 16th birthday. We joked that Kirby was the old man who'd outlived all his friends. As recently as last week, was still mistaken for a puppy. We thought he'd live forever. This morning we kissed Kirby goodbye. He was tired of fighting. We could see it in his beautiful puppy face that he was done, and so Steven and I made the hardest decision of our lives. We said goodbye to our best friend. We said good bye to the puppy who made us a team. We said goodbye to the dog who is part of our family. Bye, Kooks.
608 | December 1, 2017
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We lasted a month. Meet Bauer.
615 | January 3, 2018

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United States
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