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Dog Owners Build Door So Dogs Can Be Together

May 4th, 2018

We’ve all been told that there is a soulmate for everyone out there. Someone who is put on this Earth that will we connect with in a way that is rare.

And that doesn’t necessarily mean someone you’re romantically involved with.

According to Merriam-Webster, a soulmate is defined as ” person who is perfectly suited to another in temperament” or “a person who strongly resembles another in attitudes or beliefs.”

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Hailee Graham Source: Hailee Graham

Apparently, animals have soulmates too. Hailee Graham and her husband have a dog named Potate, a.k.a. Tate. They adopted the dog after she had been living on the streets.

Tate loves her family very much.

She also loves her newfound soulmate, a dog named Vernon. Graham’s neighbor got Vernon around the same age as Tate and about the same time that Graham adopted Tate.

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Hailee Graham Source: Hailee Graham

The two instantly became curious about each other, even though they were separated by a tall fence.

That curiosity soon turned into an obsession.

These two were determined to get to know each other. And to do that, they had to be side by side. The dog’s decided that they would do a little construction.

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Hailee Graham Source: Hailee Graham

“I thought, ‘Why not just put a door in the fence, so they can play whenever, and their humans don’t have to get involved?'” Graham said.

So, that’s exactly what they did with the help of Graham’s dad.

Tate watched anxiously as her human dad installed her new door. But when construction was finished… it was well worth the wait!

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Hailee Graham Source: Hailee Graham

Now, these two are practically inseparable and loving their newfound freedom.

“They love being together!” Graham said. “I don’t know if they are actually in love, but I like to think so.”

Either way, these two are the best of friends… and definitely soulmates! Graham says that a doggy fence might not be suitable in all situations but it’s working in her neighborhood.

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Hailee Graham Source: Hailee Graham

Graham says she hopes that her story will inspire others to make their backyards more open and inclusive spaces.

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Source: The Dodo

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