Zoey and I have always “just got” each other. Our relationship was pretty easy right off the bat and she was never a challenging dog for me (maybe with the exception of some separation anxiety).
Towards the end of a pretty difficult freshman year of college, I started making plans to adopt a dog. I thought I was going adopt a young adult sheltie because I had grown up with a sheltie, but that didn’t work out (a story for another time). I ended up adopting Zoey the summer before my sophomore year at Virginia Tech and long walks with her by the horse/cattle/sheep fields on campus were so good for the soul.
Zoey has either by my side for or (not so) patiently waiting to give me an enthusiastic greeting when I came home from all of my young adult and adult milestones so far. My 21st Birthday, first date with my (now) husband, graduation, engagement, wedding day, and many big moves...Zoey has been there.
Zoey is easy-going, always up for an adventure, sweet as can be, and sometimes it feels like she reads my mind. She is the sidekick I’ve always needed.
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