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Spot was truely a rescue dog from heaven. We rescued him in 2008 when he was 5 months old and we became his fifth and final home. In his life he cared for two unruly kids, “mothered” kittens, and befriended two chihuahuas and even though he suffered through many health problems he didn’t let that stop him from chasing seagulls at the beach or chasing the golf cart around the house. If there was a camera out he was in front of the camera, getting his picture taken was one of his favorite things, but his ultimate favorite was camping. He would go nuts when the truck was hooked to the camper because he knew a ride and a new adventure was in store. But he did not like water and would hide behind you at the sight of it. He was a gentle giant, he loved kids, kittens, a 2lb chihuahua, you name it. If you started petting him you could never stop, he’d eventually end up in your lap, and if you stopped for even a second he would tap you with his paw and whine, he gave the best puppy eyes. A few months ago. Spot lost his fight to cancer that was in both of his hind legs and spreading fast, and saying goodbye was the hardest thing I’ve ever done. Spot has earned his place in my heart, and I believe he deserves a place in this calendar, for his years of dedication and love.