no dog should ever be homeless
no home should ever be dogless
That’s not fair. There are lots of families with fur allergies, restrictions on animals where they live, our just not enough time or resources to properly care for a pet.
I love my dogs but we didn’t get Winston until my husband and I were living together because neither one of us could properly take on the responsibilities of a puppy on our own. Don’t go rush to bring an animal into your home unless you are mature and financially stable enough to give them the love and care they need and deserve.
(Source: nosdrinker, via biggerbadderlatterday)
$300 reward being offered for the safe return of Cami.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi last seen 8/23/14 at the Starbucks located near exit 288 off I-75 in Cartersville, GA.
She is a tri-color female, about 2 years old.
She is very scared so if you do see her approach real quietly.
Send any information on Cami’s whereabouts to Celeste at 912-685-2622 / 407-328-6305 or email@example.com
Signal boost! Let’s get this baby home!
corgnonymous: Winston seems to like the Coolaroo better than any other dog bed. But he prefers to be right next to us if possible. We got the Coolaroo as a wedding present 4 years ago and it used to live in the office, and he works hang out there if it was too hot under our desks. Now it’s been moved outside and since my husband and I are super nerds, we’re not out there as much. :)
The kids and I are just sitting in the backyard of the new house enjoying a pleasant Dallas morning.
Accidental personal injuries are absolutely the worst. “Oh, how did you do that?” “Well, frankly, I’m an idiot.”
Every day I’m hustlin’ and also probably running into a wall.
Who’s mommy’s little trouble makers?