If you were a dog, and for one day you could do anything you wanted, what would you do? In 2012 Hurricane Sandy made life miserable for many people, even for those far away from the coast. Torrential downpour and driving winds pummelled anyone who was brave- or foolhardy enough to go outside, yet two dogs in a house on a quiet street wanted nothing more than to go for a walk. Relentlessly, the humans and dressed for the weather and braved the elements so the two dogs could have their walk. The dogs barely noticed the sixty mile an hour winds, if anything they enjoyed it; the ball (thrown in the wind) flew for hundreds of yards, the game of fetch more exciting then ever. As the tired out soaking-wet dogs walked home after an afternoon of fun we had to wonder what they would have done had they the chance to take their walk unsupervised.
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Both Susie and Shadow showed up the same week in the middle of January 2009. Since Shadow was there three days earlier, he defended "his" territory with all his twelve pounds against the then grown Susie who was almost seventy pounds, but shortly they bacame good friends who played together non stop. The move to a bigger house came at the end of February that same year, and with the ensuing construction both dogs were in the middle of projects, even if not directly responsible. It was at the end of six months when the final coat of paint dried and the last bush was planted that I realized their story has to be told, for I never saw two animals who wanted to help out more, even if their helpfulness created more work.
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