Bo Dalton

Our Baby Boy

Some of you may remember that last year, while driving home for lunch, I spotted a Cocker Spaniel in Demo’s parking lot. It was pouring down rain, and this poor thing was wandering towards southwest drive, as if he was going to try and cross the road. Traffic was a nightmare that day (everyday). Fortunately, me and another passerby pulled into the parking lot in time to make sure he was safe. It took some coaxing, but I got him in the truck and out of the rain. After spending a couple of weeks trying to find his owner (to no avail) we decided to adopt him into the Dalton tribe. It’s been right at a year now, and he’s been a blessing everyday since. I truly believe he found me that day.

This is Grisham today. We couldn’t imagine our world without him.

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