You know it’s been a rough day when even your ears are tired….
It was National Dog Day this week, so there’s no reason to miss a chance to talk about our wonderful furry friends.
I’m going to come right out and say it. Yes, I’m one of those people who often likes dogs more than people. I definitely have those moments, and my dogs have been massively important to me. I’m guessing that many of you can relate with that.
As you can see, my younger puppy, Joe Bob, in the picture above, is having some trouble getting his ears to stand up like they are supposed to. That’s ok though. I love him regardless.
My older puppy, Pinky, has wonderful big pink “donkey ears”, which are gloriously fun, but she has her own imperfections too, of course.
Pinky, the fabulous tree climbing extraordinaire!
Pinky, as beautiful as she is, was born with a broken bendy tail. Instead of curling upwards, Pinky’s tail has a 90 degree bend in it, making the last half of her tail point down. You can see it here, in the picture below where Pinky is having a good game of chase with Joe Bob.
Run, Joe, run! Here comes Pinky!
My two silver kelpies are great buddies. They play together all the time. Watching them play together brings a smile to my heart and joy to my day. It doesn’t matter to me that they each have imperfections. They are precious, loyal, dedicated, protective and loads of fun. That’s what matters to me.
Pinky and Joe Bob playing, as per usual. You can see the difference in their tails. :)
Thank goodness for dogs. They truly make life beautiful, even on the darkest of days.
I hope you all had a great play day with your dogs on National Dog Day.
- Where did you go?
- What did you do?
- What unique quality does your dog have?
- What does your dog mean to you?
- How does your dog make your life better?
Please feel free to share how significant your dog is to you. I guarantee, you’ll be understood.
Wishing many happy dog days to you!
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