3 Things You Can Learn From Your Dog

 

It is amazing how pets can turn your days from bad to good in a matter of seconds. To say my excitement was real when my dog got to spend a week with me in Manhattan is an understatement. We had a blast and it really made me think that she has actually taught me a few things in life!

 

1.Enjoy the little things

Jordee has taught me to not take things in life for granted. She gets so excited over the littlest things; like when the refrigerator door opens and she thinks she is going to get a snack, or when you ask her if she wants to go for a ride. It’s small things that make me happy, which I tend to forget about sometimes.

 

  1. Unconditional love

My dog loves me on my worst days and on my best days. She is always so excited to see me even if I am a hot mess. A dog’s love is the true definition of unconditional love.

 

  1. Responsibility

When you have a dog you can no longer just think about yourself. You now have to care for something else. It has been a very good experience in my case because Jordee is pretty much awesome!

 

It is definitely true when they say a dog is a girl’s best friend!

 

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  1. Having a dog under your care is not just a responsibility. We can learn from each other if we open our eyes for a wide view. Every dog is amusing!

  2. You can treat your lovable pet just like dog as friend. It is great to know that even though they are animals, yet they know how to value people. They also know if the person love them or afraid of them or even hate them.

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