Fayston, Vermont. “I found Linus,” he announced as he entered the living room, holding his laptop. My husband and I had been competing for puppy Lucy’s affection too much, I thought. I had always been the chief dog person in the house – he had to agree to take me and my dog when we were engaged. Many years and a succession of dogs later, when Lucy joined our family, he surprised me by becoming much more involved. So much so that I had told him to “Get your own puppy.”
I didn’t realize that he responded by trolling the web for available dogs.
We adopted Linus from Golden Huggs Rescue.
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