I have to admit, I am a yorkie. My dog, Lola, is her name, and she’s an adorable girl who loves to be outside and play with other dogs and cats. Her favorite food is ice cream, and she loves to play fetch. On a typical summer day, we’ll have her with us from morning until dinner, often sitting on the porch doing nothing but watching us eat our dinner or enjoy a movie.
She’s got a lot of personality, so much so that I actually had to stop her from eating pizza for a while. She was just getting so bored, and when she saw me looking at her, she snapped and ate it all. That was the last piece of pizza I had for a while, and I had to take her outside to let her eat some ice cream.
The above image is of our yorkie dog, a beautiful, long-haired black lab. She’s my companion dog and my companion to life at times, but she’s also my dog that reminds me to love my life, which I do. She’s the one I can call when I need her and that I’m thankful I have for the times she’ll save me from myself. She’s the one that reminds me I have enough to worry about and that I’m okay.
She is my companion dog. She is my companion, and I love her with all of my heart. It hurts my heart, but I know she knows it too. She is my friend and she is my companion.
I got my dog, I got my dog. I got my dog.
We all have moments in life when we know we’re not ready for the life we want, but we don’t know how to get there. This is when dogs are so much more than just a pet. They’re a part of our lives, and it’s our mission to find out the answers to this dilemma.
Ive heard many times that dogs are a great help in life, and I agree too. But for some people, the idea of having a pet can be a burden. For the rest, having a dog can act as a lifeline. For me, having a dog was a burden, but I found the freedom it gave me through the process. I was able to let go of my anxiety, and it let me live my life with a lighter heart.
While I understand the need for a pet, I can’t help but feel that owning a pet is like owning a part of you. You’re just that much more of a part of who you are. I know that sounds cliche, but that’s how I feel. I still have a lot to learn about myself, and I’m excited to see what I can learn in the coming months and years. Maybe I’ll even start a blog about it.
I had a dog. I had two dogs. I guess I was one of those people who believes that owning a pet is the same as having a child. I know that sounds like an oxymoron, but its true. Most of my friends have homes full of pets, and I myself have a pet of my own. I was never that comfortable with it, and I still haven’t really gotten to know it all there is to know about it.
One thing that I still struggle with is the feeling that there is a “right” way to keep a pet. Like I’ve been telling you guys for years now, I don’t really know what I was doing with my dog, but I do know that when I was growing up, we had a pet cat. My Dad had a pet cat, and there was a cat who lived in the basement of my house.