I’ve had many pets that I’ve loved. But when I was a child, we had a Queensland Heeler and I had a tetherball set up in the backyard. Playing tetherball alone is a drag, but Frosty got interested in the fast-moving ball. I taught him to play with me by gently pushing the ball toward him. He’d jump up, jaws open and bump the ball, snapping his teeth shut. Sometimes he’d win just because all the dog spit flying around was too much for me. Other times, I’d miss because the ball was too slimy. He lived to be an old pup with a grey muzzle, and we still miss him!

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