Dogs love only two things more than they love you: playing fetch and food.
“My suggestion is: screw cuteness, be cool. Take a regular looking grown-up, even old dog. A dog who has suffered violence or neglect all of his life, and turn him into the happiest creature on Earth. Take a mix, a mongrel, a mutt. Make a statement. Resist.”
Losing a dog is never something you can be prepared for.
Confident, friendly and trustworthy, a Golden Retriever can always be relied upon – just like an ESFJ.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve found that kind of love doesn’t come from snagging the perfect mate.
Handing someone your phone and getting a side eye because every photo in your camera is of your dog doing some variation of the same cute pose.
They’re the best source of comfort to you during your lowest moments.
We like to give them special treatment, and that treatment isn’t always cheap.
When I think of life without my dog, I think back to the lyrics of an old country song: Imagine a world where no music was playing
If you trust someone, loosen the leash. When an owner lets their dog run free, the dog abides by the terms of an unspoken but well understood agreement not to run away.