Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Dogs are NOT people... their better than that...

   I am a dog person... no I am a animal person.  We just have dogs right now,  because our dogs are not cat friendly.  All of the dogs we have had we found or I should say they found us.
   I have only had three purebred dogs that I know of in my life.  None of which I paid for from a breeder.   The first was a poodle named Coco that my family got from an Aunt and Uncle who were moving and couldn't take him with them.  The second one was a white shepherd named Polo that I got when I got my first home.  The couple who owned his mom and dad where not going to bred them when ... surprise, they were a little too late getting the male fixed.  And now we have Foxy a Pomeranian.   I first saw her from my office running along a feeder street of a busy freeway.  When I left the building she was trying her best to get past the security guard and into the building.  She was scared and wouldn't go to anyone.  I had just bought some dog food so I got a small bowl and put it down for her.  She ate it then sat on my foot and refused to leave me.  She followed me to my car and jumped in before I could say anything.  So even though we already had 5 dogs, Foxy moved onto the farm.  You give her 5 minutes and she will have any man wrapped around her little paw.  I have seen her do it over and over again.  The little hussy.
   I have lived with numerous dogs through out my life.  I can tell you one thing for sure, purebred or mutt every dog I have meet is more honest, loyal and loving than most people.  They worry about us when we don't feel good.  They are always there to greet us when we get home.  The love us even when we don't seem to deserve it, like the times we get mad over something and blame them.  They protect us from harm without thought to themselves, even when we don't want them too.  They know better than we do just ask them.  And yes they can communicate if you learn to listen and read them.
   Some people just don't get it.  They will tell you dogs can't dream.  So have they ever even seen a dog sleeping.  I guess the wagging tale, running feet, muffled barks and whines are gas right.  They say dogs can't smile.  Wrong, I have seen my dogs and others change expressions when someone they like enters the room.  They say dogs don't have feeling like we do, okay maybe on this one they are right a dog's feelings go deeper.  You will never feel more loved, excepted and protected like you will with a dog.
   Then there are the people who will tell you a dog is dangerous.  A dog will fight when cornered, yes.  But then all living things will do that, even some plants.  I have yet to see a whole breed of dog no matter what, that is all bad.  Every generation has their so called mean breads.  You know the ones that will turn on their owners.  First I heard it was German Shepherds, then Doberman Pinschers, then Chow Chows, then Rottweilers, and now its Pit Bulls.  Yes, there are some bad dogs, I'm not naïve.  But most of them are made that way by being mistreated, or in breed for aggressiveness.  In other words made that way by people, not nature.  The in breeding part does the same thing with people, look at the history of some of this worlds royal and high society families.
   So next time you come across one of those people, you know the ones who look down their noses and inform you that a dog is an animal not a person.  Look them straight in the eye and tell them your right they would never lower themselves to be a person.  They are better than that.



This is our boy Chance...We miss you...







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11 comments:

Canadianbloggergirl said...

I love both dogs and cats. I miss my Daisy (pomeranian/laphso aphso). She was so my dog over my husbands. When my daughter came into the picture she got EXTREMELY jealous (even thought I had her on one side of my lap and my newborn on the other). While raising her my next door neighbor watched her on several occasions while my hubby and I travelled. I ended up giving Daisy to that neighbor so I could see her whenever i wanted and knew that she had a good home! But every time I see a dog of her nature, I secretly cry inside cause I miss her sooooo very much. I think she's what got me thru my hubby in Afghanistan

Parsley said...

My friend...YOU get it! I can't agree more!

My hubs and I say 'Dogs are better than people'. It's true! They love unconditionally and without strings. They are loyal and devoted.

Ever see that link to the video clip on my sidebar? Grab your tissues. It's a 'weeper'.

Laura Eno said...

I have 3 cats plus a 60lb "cat". I thought she was a goldendoodle...go figure.

Everton Terrace said...

Bravo! I grew up in a house with 4 dogs at once, seems normal to me. We've lost both our beloved 4 legged family members over the last couple years. My baby Jake had to leave us this summer. My heart is still so broken. We were lucky to be loved by him, so lucky.

Dogmom Diva said...

Oh, a beautiful, beautiful post..We cannot imagine ou lives without dogs..we have three right now..All but one'found' us, lol. I have persoanlly seen over and over our dogs smile, dream and most important, love. Wonderful post!

Barb

Theres just life said...

Wow, this just proves my point. Only a dog or cat can bring out this much love so quickly.
The world would be a much worse place to live with out their love in our lives.
Thanks for sharing your little loves with me.
Oh and Laura I had a 100lb White Shepherd how was taught to catch mice by his cat siblings. So I know what you mean.

Sandra said...

I agree! And anyway, try telling my dogs that they're just dogs...they'd kick me out of bed!

Theres just life said...

Ha Sandra I know what you mean. I'm luck if they allow me to share. Thank goodness the love me or I would be on the floor, if not out the door.

L'Aussie said...

Your dogs are lucky to have you. I loved the story of little Foxy who you charmed into your car. I have a little Foxy/Chihua called Foxy Lady who is absolutely delightful..:)

Theres just life said...

It was more like she insisted she was going. I open the door to put the bowl back and in she jumped. Sat down on the passenger seat and refused to move.
I was going to take her anyway, I just let her think it was her idea.

Brooke said...

A friend posted this on Twitter the other day...

"If I could be half the person my dog is, I would be twice the human I am." --Charles Yu

So true.