Today, we’ll tell you the story of Potate, or Tate as she was affectionately called. Tate was a stray dog who yearned for a home of her own. She ultimately acquired one, and on the opposite side of their fence, she met her closest friend. Hailee Graham and her husband took Tate home. Their next-door neighbor had gotten a dog about the same time as Tate, and he was about Tate’s age. Vernon is his given name. Despite the fact that the two dogs were separated by a large fence, they were well aware of one other.It didn’t matter that they were out of reach; something in their canine souls told them they were destined to be pals. Tate and Vernon began to try all in their power to become closer to one another.
“I walk outside and witness them building a tunnel between themselves,” Graham told The Dodo. “We were unable to persuade them to cease.” “It was impossible to separate them.” They’d just keep digging holes for each other.” Graham thought a weekly playdate would be an excellent opportunity for Tate and Vernon to spend time together without the barrier of the fence. Playdates, however, was insufficient; they desired to be together all of the time. Then Graham had a fantastic plan to entirely end their separation. “Why not just create a door in the fence so they can play whenever they want without their humans getting involved?” I pondered. Graham expressed his point of view.
So that’s precisely what the Tate and Vernon owners did. Graham’s wife and Tate’s granddad got right to work. The family erected a gate in the fence to allow the two dogs to enter and go as they pleased. Tate was definitely overjoyed. The canine soulmates are now living the life of their dreams. “They like spending time with one another!” Graham mentioned this. “I’m not sure if they’re in love, but I’d like to think so.” While this arrangement isn’t for everyone, it’s perfect for Tate and Vernon.