Do you remember the excitement on your face at the purchase of your recent puppy? Such unexplainable joy! Indeed, you already have dogs at home. Yet, nothing beats adding a puppy’s shallow bark to a symphony of mid-toned and bass-toned barks. Nothing beats being the owner of a group of a good dog!
Or is a “group” too much?
With dogs, nothing can be too much. Hello! These are not just pets; they are equally your family and friends.
Dogs are such adorable friends that stuck to you through all moods. Be it Thanksgiving, birthdays, or even wedding anniversaries: your best friend glues to your side like butter to bread.
And in no time, the new puppy will soon grow to be one of your canine friends.
But, as the puppy grows, what can you learn? Yes, you love to be a better mom than you were.
Beyond that, would you love to live a day in the lives of your best friends? If you do, what desirable qualities are there to learn?
3 Admirable Traits You Can Learn From Your Good Dog
Now, here is the truth: no love is more honest than the love of a dog. Not even your partner’s!
Humans fall in and out of relationships. Somedays, it is all rosy and spicy. Then, the next day, it’s like paddling a canoe in a desert.
Then, you come up with excuses like it’s a chemical lapse; perhaps it’s my bodily components failing me, or let’s take a break.
Unlike you, a dog’s love never waivers. It remains the same from day one till forever.
The funniest part is that dogs love you even when its love is unrequited. You might ignore it in favor of a new puppy. Yet, he loves you still and simultaneously loves your “new love.”
Even if you can not learn any other thing, strive to love selflessly and independently like your dog.
Now maybe loving others is going too far, how about yourself? Some days don’t you wish you were more beautiful than you are? More chiseled in the right proportions? Somedays, don’t you resent yourself?
Well, don’t be guilty. It happens to everyone. You’re striving to bring forth the best of yourself. And there’s no harm in that.
However, look at your dog. You will never see it grumbling at how tall or short its tail appears. Neither will you see it scratch out its nose in frustration for being too large and wet.
Your dog has made peace with itself like Po from Kung Fu. You should also follow suit!
What do you want? We’re sure that your list would be so long we’d all be here for hours. Understandably, human needs are immeasurable.
You want a new dress to match your promotion at the office. You want a new shelf for your book club. And the list goes on.
Unlike you, your dog only craves one thing: a requited love. Other than that, it sleeps, wakes, comes to you to play, and cheers you up.
Your dog doesn’t understand your utterances, yet it reads your emotion. It makes life simple and gets rewards in your love – and sure the food and treats.
Imagine what life could be if you could love, be peaceful, and be simple like your cute canine pet.
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