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Friday, August 24, 2012

Everything I Need To Know In Life I Learned From My Dog

 

Ever since I adopted Daisy three years ago I gained a friend who taught me to look at life from her point of view and I can say that I'm a better person because of her. 

What about you? What have you learned from your dog(s)? And for those dog bloggers out there, what words of wisdom has helped your human's life be better than ever? 

Have a great Friday, everyone!

21 comments:

  1. Hehehe...uh, I don't think my mum wants to look at things from my point of view. She seems to has an issue with killin' stuffs which I don't sees a problem with. However, I can say she is always smilin' and laughin' at me. I make her so very happy.
    I loves what you said bouts Daisy, very sweet.

    Puddles

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  2. awww all so true!!! Often Nanook reminds me how to be, and how in some ways he's better than me. He never gets angry or mad, and when I do I feel bad. He always apologises and is always there for me. The least I can do is the same!

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  3. I've learned there is nothing more important than spending time with your best friend.

    Sam

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  4. what brilliant rules to live by, my stormy makes my life so much happier, all he does all day long is want to smile and play and it just makes me smile to be around him... thanks for reminding us all xxx

    Charlene and Stormy

    Have a great weekend
    xxx

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  5. My MOM see more beauty in the world because of me and because I am always pointing it out to her even when things don't seem so beautiful.
    Blessings,
    Gosoe

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  6. AS I say , remember a human is for life not just for Christmas. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  7. Oh where do I start...where do I start???
    My mom always says that when zeus went to wait for her at the rainbow bridge he left a piece of his heart behind that was so full of love that she had to share it with me, and my sib's....
    Of course I have learned that not all moms and dads are created equal when it comes to the art of cooking.
    stella rose

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  8. Have a woofin' good weekend!!!

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  9. Blueberry has taught me that a walk is just a mini-adventure - to not take it too seriously as exercise. The important thing is to get out there and see and smell new things and stop along the way to make new friends (both human and dog).

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  10. Those are great lessons, indeed! Have a great weekend!

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  11. I've learned that they give MUCH sloppier kisses than cats :)

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  12. Oh yes, Mom says she totally agrees. That is a wonderful poster of good ideas.

    Hope you have a wonderful weekend.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  13. I've taught my humans to live each day to the full, and lifes to short to hold grudges.

    Have a great weekend Sheba.

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  14. Daisy is a total darling!! Take care
    x

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  15. The best thing about dogs is being able to take life as it comes. Sorry and joy are both fleeting.

    Mango Momma

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  16. The lessons that humans learn from their dogs are many and I am certain the dogs know exactly when and where to teach these lessons too!
    I tend to want to have a workout when I walk Daisy but have learned that sometimes a slow relaxing pace with her is what I need! She knows me too well!
    Thanks for all of your comments!

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