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Friday, March 21, 2014

Do you believe your dog was created for you?

With all the millions of dogs and people out in the world, how do we end up with the dog we were meant to be with?  Sure we might have put some effort into picking out 'just the right one,' but how do we really know?  Have you ever felt that you got a dog that wasn't meant for you?  How did you decide?  What was different?  Or have you ever felt you got the right dog for you and then suddenly it didn't seem like?  Did it turn around after while?  Or did you never connect after that first moment?

What do you find to be that connection?  A look in your dogs eyes?  A touch?  A listened command?  What did your dog do that plucked your heartstrings and you knew this was forever?  Or was just the opposite true, a look that passed, a rough touch, or not listening at all that lead to a disconnection that couldn't be brought back together?

Or is it a mix of the two?  Believing you should be together, feel your hearts connected, yet there is still a discord that clashes between you and your dog?  Where are you at today with your dog?  I would love to hear your stories.  I'll share mine tomorrow.


Unknown said...

So sweet and yes we feel connected but we have to admit we miss Ancient Pip something rotten. Have a fabulous Friday.
Best wishes Molly

Collie222 said...

For me, my first dog was a little black lab mix who we named Mojo, she was around 9 - 10 weeks old. And she chose me. I went to the shelter to look at a different puppy, but ended up leaving with Mojo instead. She was the best dog, and the best friend I have ever had.

haopee said...

I'd say it's when you know that you make his/her life better like how she/he does for you. Even if the saying "You complete me" is overrated, it's definitely true with our dogs.