Whenever we get a new dog in our house, and usually when he’s a bit insecure and worried about his new place like Titus is, I always go back to realizing what is most important in life.
It’s not things of any kind, or cross country movers, or houses or money or toys or glasses or floors or anything. It’s how we feel. It’s being loved and loving.
So I snuggle my dogs and try not to worry about money or the dog sports. I just want them to be happy and safe and loved. This picture is of Tatum on the dog shelf on the dog bed on the dog shelf (because the 4″ foam isn’t nearly comfy enough, you need a dog bed on top) and I a just so glad she is happy now. She even got her CGC recently. She’s come a long way from the scared dog she used to be. I just adore her still, and always will. And I want her, and all our dogs, to know they will never be alone or unsafe.
I just can’t imagine anyone putting their dogs outside and never letting them be in and part of their family. My dogs would probably just die out there alone. They need the family to survive. And I need the family to survive, too.