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When I was four years old, my family adopted a huge golden doodle named Buddy.
At first, I was terrified of Buddy. He was huge compared to me! I even remember one specific instance where he chased me down the stairs as I ran screaming and crying.
But as I grew older and began spending more time with him, I quickly realized that he wouldn't hurt a fly. After that, we formed a tight bond.
That bond lasted until I was 12. For 8 years, I had a fury best friend I could always count on, who always slept in my room with me in case I had bad dreams and took over my bean bag chair.
When he died unexpectedly at the young age of 8, I felt like my world was crumbling. I stayed in my bed and cried for days, just staring at the spot where his collar hung on my dresser.
Although it hurt that he was no longer with me in physical form, I slowly got over my sadness and moved on with my life and payed attention to my other remaining dog, Jack.
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