Dan and Laura Dotson of “Storage Wars” had reason to celebrate on Thursday. The couple honored 21 years of wedded bliss.
Dan Dotson headed over to his Twitter account and shared a sweet picture of him and Laura. He also penned a few words of gratitude toward his wife.
Take a look at the “Storage Wars” star’s sweet photo and note.
This year saw the show return for a 13th season on A&E. It originally aired for 12 seasons from 2010 through 2019.
“Storage Wars” follows people around as they take part in auctions in California. So, if you own a storage locker and cannot pay rent, then its items are put up for a cash-only auction. This is where you see the Dotsons shine on their roles.
It’s a unique show because there are so many interesting items these buyers will bid on at the auction. Watch how the Dotsons go about their business and take notes. Maybe there’s an Outsider somewhere looking for a side hustle.
Besides the Dotsons, watch “Storage Wars” stars including Brandi Passante, Kenny Crossley, Jarrod Schultz, and Rene and Casey Nezhoda. Also, Ivy Calvin returns with his sons to start searching through storage lockers all over again.
‘Storage Wars’ Star Almost Loses Finger In French Bulldog Clash
Don’t say Dan Dotson cannot make things interesting on “Storage Wars” episodes. There’s one, though, where the queasy factor might reach a 10 on a 10-point range.
What happened? Glad you asked. Let’s just agree that Dan Dotson will not try and get in the middle of his French Bulldogs going all AEW at home.
He better not. That’s what almost cost him his ring finger. We say almost because, well, it was “dog bites man” headline-worthy.
Dotson tried to play mediator between his two French Bulldogs, Louis and Jax. Dan put his hand in there and one of them bit off the tip of his left ring finger.
He uploaded a video in December 2020. Not for the faint of heart to watch, so beware that the video is graphic. That ring finger’s tip is hanging on thanks to some skin.
Rambo, his Mastiff, came in to stop the brouhaha. Dotson was impressed by Rambo’s involvement as the third dog in the ring.
“He did great, clamping and pinning the aggressor like T-Rex to the floor,” Dotson wrote. “I love my dogs. From now on, it’s Rambo’s job to break up the boys when they’re fighting.”
What a scene. What a mess. Thankfully, the “Storage Wars” star was able to look upon the situation with humor. It would be hard to do so for some Outsiders. Maybe multiple dog owners understand Dotson’s situation and have empathy.