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He is stoic, loyal, and wildly amusing. But—and this is the new gold standard in irony—I now buy my sugar-challenged terrier the same syringes, insulin, and test strips I once bought for myself. I know this from experience, and I suspect that Waffle does too. He and I are both solitary souls, two anxious peas in a fragile pod.
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