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Memories of Smokey Joe
He had the greatest smile. He was always so happy to go for a walk or a boat ride with his "Daddy". We'd go for walks in the winter and he'd take a bite out of the "snow-bank" and eat the snow. He loved going to see his "buddy" Tromper the horse & eat carrots with him. EVERYBODY loved him. He was the best dog I've ever had. He'd lay on the bathroom floor so he could see any and everyone who walked through the front door. He was so happy to see me walk through the door, no matter how long I was gone, and especially when I had been away for days or weeks. He was "my shadow". Two times he was "lost" and everyone in the neighborhood looked for him - only to find out that he followed me and he got locked in the garage one time, and was under the boat canopy on the shore, the other. When I first got him he'd pick-up sticks and bring the "trophies" back to the house. The very first time we met, at the Elkhart Humane Society, he "rolled over" so I could rub his belly - instead of jumping all over me. He loved chasing chipmunks and squirrels up until the very end. He'd stand at the base of the tree, looking up, thinking it wasn't fair that squirrels could climb trees, and he couldn't. He was always thinking that someday he was going to be able to catch just one, once...

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