"Dirty Biter waas one of LaConner's great characters who reminded us of simpler times. He was kind of a funny looking dog because of a broken jaw suffered when he was a puppy, but he was a great town dog who loved everyone. He never thought a thing about going home with anyone who thought they might need a dog for the night. He had his own bar stool and place on the dance floor at his favorite hangout, the 1890's Tavern. He was a real good beggar and his favorite was the tavern's "broasted chicken." but he never passed up a good steak or burger.
Biter left us one night, doing something else he loved, a good old fashion dog fight.
But now Dirty Biter will live on, with his memorial in the newly named Dirty Biter Park.
How fitting that is just happens to be right next to the tavern.