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Chloe Chronicles, Part II: New Dog Homecoming
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I had a dog again. After all that Odd-ysseying.

My friend Melissa always says: “We get the dog we need. And dogs get the people they need.”

And just like that, Buffy and I found a home.

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Lee Harrington is the author of the best-selling memoir, Rex and the City: A Woman, a Man, and a Dysfunctional Dog (Random House, 2006), and of the forthcoming novel, Nothing Keeps a Frenchman from His Lunch. emharrington.com

Amanda Jones (photo); Mark Todd (illustration)

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