Neighbors Agree To Put Door In Fence So Their Dog "Soulmates" Can Be Together Anytime.
Dogs are probably the only creatures on the planet that will care for their owners more than they do for themselves. Their love is unconditional and all they ask is that you give them some affection, some water and some food. Since pets are basically a part of the family, you would probably do anything to make them happy, especially after he or she has found true love. Well for Hailee Graham and her husband, it became necessary to install a door in their fence in order for their dog Potate, or Tate as they like to call her, to be reunited with her soulmate.
This is Tate and her owner, Hailee Graham, and they're both grateful to have each other in their lives.
Sadly, Tate didn't always have such a great life and a great family. You see, a while back, Tate was a stray trying to make it day by day, and hoping that someday, she'd find some happiness. Well it turns out that her wish came true.
Tate found her human family, the Grahams first. Then she found true love with her soulmate.
Their next-door neighbor had brought a dog home at the same time that the Grahams had taken Tate in. The dog's name is Vernon and he was the same age as Tate. But there was one issue, there was a tall fence keeping the two pooches apart.
The fence made it impossible for the two dogs to see each other, but they sensed their presence.
The two eventually hit it off and they tried any way possible to try to reach out to the other, even if that included digging a hole under the fence. Graham had caught the two dogs digging a hole at the same time and she couldn't get them to stop doing it.
It became painfully obvious that there was no way that they would be able to keep them apart.
If the two neighbors even tried attempting to stop them again, the dogs would ignore them and continue digging and digging. So Graham came up with the perfect solution that came in the form of a doggy door in their fence.
Graham had originally considered setting up daily playdates for Tate and Vernon so they could interact.
She assumed that this would allow Tate and Vernon to hang out and have a lot of fun without the fence getting in the way. But the doggy door sounded like a better solution. That way, the two pooches could walk into each other's yard and play whenever they wanted.
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