Anyway I have always dreamed about getting a dog and one day this dream came true. It all started when I found this website that shows a bunch of breeders and the puppies that they are selling. So that day I told my mom about the website. Each day I would check on the website, and once I found a puppy I liked I tried to convice my mom and dad to get it.
As long as I have been alive, I have always had a family dog. The first dog we had, was a chocolate lab named Ally. She lived to be twelve years old. We now currently have a black lab named Mabel who we got last Christmas. Both of them are so special to me, however, about a year after my first dog Ally passed away, I found my new best friend.
So we talked to a Petsmart employee and they said that okay let’s see if anybody else wanted that dog well looks like there is they are looking at him right now. Well kids looks like you guys should go and look at another one well there is a possibility they won’t want him well look they are thinking about it and so you guys can take the dog for a walk okay.
Canine Capers Have you ever wanted something so much and when you finally get it, you 're scared half to death? I know that experience. When I was seven, I really, really wanted a puppy, but instead my really close cousins, Aaron and Brian got a puppy. I saw them everyday and went to their house everyday, since we lived right next to each other. I knew that I would sort-of be an owner to the puppy.
I was about 1 year old when we got Bear. We got him a few weeks after Christmas. I’ve been told that we would have had him for Christmas, but the animal shelter would not let him out that early. At first, he was a very bad puppy. Mom says we have a picture of when he chased my older sister onto her play kitchenette.
Three months later, she had two puppies, Cookie and Nesquik, who became my best friends. I still remember watching them grow up. I was the first person Nesquik ever saw and I 'd like to believe it was love at first sight. Until the day Bendy Straw had puppies, we believed she was only gaining weight because we fed her well.
Sprite was my child. Every night that I return home from work, Sprite immediately greets me with warm kisses and a helicopter tail. We went to the dog park every Saturday morning followed by the food market, and whatever else was on the agenda for that day (normally just cleaning or relaxing at home). Sprite never left my side, and even some days, when I got up the courage to ask, I would ask my boss if I could bring Sprite into work with me. My
I believe that if more people owned dogs, the world would be a much better place. When I was eleven years old, my family decided to adopt a dog from the animal shelter, who we later named Minnie. The people at the shelter didn’t know much about Minnie and her sisters, although they told us that they found the puppies in a bag on the side of the road, leading us to believe they had been thrown out of a car window by their past owner. And you could definitely see the timidity in Minnie’s eyes as her more energetic sisters literally stepped all over her. Miraculously enough, she’d recognized us from a previous visit and actually came up to the glass in her pen to see us.
As I drive around Phoenix with my puppy best friends, Sophie and Paco, there is not a single worry in the world for us. Sophie, with her long, brown, sun kissed fur, bobs her head out the car window as she enjoys the fresh breeze flowing through her fur. Paco rests his little head on the window that is halfway rolled down, as his wet tongue absorbs the wind. On our weekly car rides, my best friends and I pass by a building that has signs with dogs and cats all over. This building is a shelter for animals that are not so fortunate like my two furry friends.
I had the typical summer, nothing boring but nothing was really interesting. Feeling pity for me that I sat at my keyboard all day playing sad songs my aunt ventured out to find me something to do. Luckily for me all of the parents from my cousin's friend group were going out on their monthly dinner and one of the moms needed a babysitter. Her oldest son was away at camp and apparently I was easier than paying for some random person to watch her daughter. This took a while to register in my brain