There is so much to say about Cara. She came into my life when I needed someone the most. She had severe separation anxiety and would whine non-stop when she wasn’t around me. I was her mom, even though I’m a male human. She hated to be on a leash. Leash training was the hardest thing for her to learn. Everything else was easy, like potty training. She even learned silent commands. She loved to copy everything she saw. She would sit on the back of the couch like a giant cat, she would sit in a chair like a human, she would hop through the snow like a deer, and she always used her inside bark when inside. Her favorite thing was sitting in a lawn chair by a fire. Her least favorite thing was my dad. He was the only person/thing Cara didn’t like. It was pretty funny how much she didn’t like him, she even had her own special bark for him. If she even smelled him in my house she would freak out.

Cara was a princess and loved the outdoors. She loved being inside as much as she loved being outside. She needed a soft bed with a blanket and a pillow. At one point she would only eat french fries with ranch on them. She was a lover and not a fighter. She loved to play catch and could find the stick thrown, even in a pile of sticks. There’s still so much more about her. Cara will be missed by many. I love you my sweet girl! Until we met again.