The Man 's Best Friend Essay

764 Words Aug 31st, 2016 4 Pages
Man’s Best Friend They say a dog is a man’s best friend. I can agree with that given that I had a four legged, furry friend. My golden retriever, Copper, was my best friend. He was always there for me when I needed someone to rant to, he never judged me, and he would continue to love me even after shouting at him. No other dog could ever compare to Copper. He was one of the world’s greatest dogs in addition to being a best friend.
Ten years ago, my parents decided to get my brother, Grant, and me a puppy. We were a content family, but we knew something special was missing. From the very first time I laid my eyes on Copper, I knew he was going to be one unique dog. Copper had immense brown eyes, soft, furry paws, a tail that would always be wagging, and he would always have a smile on his face. He hated going through car washes, never liked when it stormed, and he wasn’t fond of the vacuum cleaner; he thought as if the vacuum cleaner would sweep him up. He loved taking pleasurable car rides with anyone. Copper wasn’t the average dog; he acted more like a human than individuals in this world do now. Copper would attend church with my family every Sunday in Elk Creek. He would always come to my softball games along with my parents, sitting out in right field. Everyone knew and heard of Copper. He was adored by many people as well as other animals.
On June 1, 2016, we took Copper to the vet because he wasn’t feeling his lively, jovial self. I was anxiously waiting in the room…

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