“All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed. For after all, he was only human. He wasn’t a dog.” – Charles M. Schulz

Of all the living things I’ve come across, I’ve yet to meet someone as loving or as loyal as my dog. Straight up. I don’t think I could make that any more clearer. My dogs give me unconditional love because I show them love. Our dogs might depend on us but little do they know, we depend on them also. We need that warmth next to us. We need someone to listen to our rants and raves, someone who agrees with us even when we know we’re wrong. Only dogs know the true definition of a secret, they don’t share that shit with anybody. I confide to my dogs, they give me little signals that they understand and that makes my days better. My dogs show me how to relax and they teach me the value of love and patience every single day. They give me life lessons between their poops and farts. They’ve taught me that there are some dogs who can get along with anyone while at the same time there could be that one bitch who can stir up all kinds of shit in the yard. They’ve taught me that by living without expectations I’m given more chances at being pleasantly surprised verses being disappointed. There just isn’t anything out there that compares to having the love of a dog, one has to experience it at least once in their lifetime.