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I was blessed to finally get a Golden Retriever (I named him Bheema) back in January. This fat, fluffy puppy, who was 11 weeks old, came waddling into my life.
They deserve the same kind of care and love and attention we crave ourselves. Obviously we have to go out and earn a living and have fun with friends and family. But when we are at home, we have to spend quality time with our fur babies, whether it's petting and talking to them, playing with them or taking them for long walks.
This dog is one great babysitter.
Let's face it. Waking up can suck. It sucks even more when an obnoxious alarm clocks disturbs your precious beauty sleep
Right there, a little to the left. Yeah, that's the spot.
They really are humans' best friend.
You'd think that the most difficult thing about being a blind triathlete is being blind. But in fact it's not. The most difficult thing about being a blind triathlete is having to deal with the blindness of sighted people's attitudes.
Old dogs, like old people, might slobber a bit more. They may not be as swift and they may not be as quick to learn new tricks, but like a favourite grandpa or old aunt, they offer an unconditional love that's just about the most special thing a pet lover could ask for.
This dog has over 230,000 Instagram followers and there's no wonder why.
It's not every day you see a bear at the beach.