Hello! I hope you all have a wonderful Valentine’s day, sharing the love with your canine companions. Here are a couple cute pictures to help you get into the mood for today’s holiday.
When a parent asks a child, “Are you going to take care of it?” The child immediately says, “Yes!” Their voice filled with glee and body humming with excitement. One may not realize, but the animal is not solely being taken care of. The wonderful creatures we have nicknamed, “Man’s Best Friend,” are here to take care of us. They are here to love us.
So next time you see someone walking their dog, think about what the animal is giving back to it’s owner. Think of anyone who the dog encounters during walks and playtimes.
Today’s honorable choice is the Corgi! There are two different kinds of corgis: Pembroke and Cardigan Welsh.
(Images are credited to Google and videos are credited to YouTube; none are mine personally)
Here are a couple videos: One is informational and the other is just two adorable corgis playing together
Have you had experience with a corgi? Maybe lots? Share your good memories and thoughts about this wonderful dog breed 🙂
Today’s dog is one that I am very fond of. It’s the English Bull Terrier!
(images are credited through Google images & YouTube videos; none are mine personally)
What do you think about this breed? Please share your thoughts 🙂
Molly was a relaxed American bulldog mix who walked with pride in every step she took. She was beaming with eagerness to explore outside of the shelter’s walls.
I was informed that she is a little dog aggressive, so she will need to be the only dog in the household when adopted. Besides that fact, she was friendly towards people. Speaking of which, a gentleman driving past us stopped so he could tell me that he thought Molly was a beautiful dog and that he was possibly interested in adopting a third canine. I spoke with him about other dogs that might benefit from his family dynamic & living space. During our chat, Molly had taken a rest by laying down in the shaded grass. She had a look of pure content on her face.
Molly never got overly excited while we were together. Sometimes though, when a sight or sound would catch her attention, her body had become taunt. She had a regal stance that proudly showed off her muscular build. Molly enjoyed the time I spent sitting with her. We had a mini photo shoot, and it seemed like she was changing her positions as if she was posing in different angles.
If you are interested in adopting Molly, please visit her page: http://www.allbreedrescuevt.com/animals/detail?AnimalID=7463619
Tulip was a very sweet boxer mix. She gave me kisses when I would kneel beside her. Her laid back attitude went to a whole new level. I think she might have taught herself to heal because she naturally returned to my side after she sniffed the grass a bit. Tulip had a calmness about her as soon as I met her, but that drastically changed when we stepped foot onto a big field. She immediately busted out all this energy and bolted about like a Ping pong ball at a championship tournament. In all her excitement of being outside and able to run, she did nip a good amount at my legs. I think that if a person brought a toy along while on walks she could easily learn where and how to redirect the nipping action in her frenzy of excitement.
During our walk, on a wonderfully sunny morning, she would sometimes walk behind me in a relaxed manner making me think that my slow walking pace was too fast. Every once in a while she would jump onto the grass along the curb and roll around in it, giving herself a nice, fun back scratch. Sometimes she would have fresh cut grass stick to her afterwards, which was quite amusing.
Tulip would strive with a family that has a big yard for her to run around. When she noticed another dog during our stroll, she seemed intrigued, but showed no forms of hostility. If Tulip sounds like a perfect fit for you, please visit her page to learn more about her and the rescue that has given her a second chance to find a forever home. If you have any questions for me, don’t be afraid to ask.