Ajax is the best dog I ever had.

Of course you say that about whatever dog you have with you in your life at that time. But Ajax came to me with Parvo and I spent the first week of our lives together with his little head in my hands, trying to get him to live. He had gallons of fluids, medications and just barely made it after a week.

And grew up big and strong and so cute!!!!

Now he’s 3 years old. His birthday is on May 24th (2016). I love him so much.

His greatest love:  Me

Second greatest love: Chasing birds

Third greatest love:  Rolling in, and eating rotting and dead things, including any poop that’s not a dog’s or a cat’s.

One thing Ajax cannot stand: Delivery people. Which is a “good thing” (for me, not the pizza guy) because I might someday have a visit from a crazy person and it would be nice to know a sociopath was sneaking around my house before it’s too late.

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For Your Consideration:

Author: Doc Johnson

Dr Erik johnson has been a veterinarian since 1991 and owned Johnson Veterinary Services since 1996. He has been a lecturer at University of Georgia and has authored four popular text books on Ornamental Fish Health. He is the father of three kids who are grown and out of the house thank god.

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