Dogs may talk vocally by barking but they also have facial expressions and body language.This little baby gives me quite the expressions. Can we play? Can we play, please? Look closely at her expression. It is two different ways to ask to play.
I believe our dogs train us to know what they are trying to say with their expressions. After all, humans have facial expressions too. Our’s just aren’t always cute.
Reading your dogs expressions will help you to know what they want. Be as tuned in as you possibly can and make it fun.
I would say the first thing on my list of what gets me excited are my baby dogs and the love we share. The second thing is Natural Health & Wellness (we'll get into that later).
So combine those two things and you see that I'm also aware of products that I allow my babies to have or not, and how often. I'm a mature, christian, single, business lady. I love helping folks and love helping their dogs too, for sure. I'm all about hugs and that's not just from humans. I hug my baby dogs every morning and every evening. Kisses too for them. Doggies are God's little angels, sent to us as a gift and a constant reminder that the way a dog loves us is exactly how he loves us. Our flaws and all. I have always loved my dogs(the most, so I thought), but as I age, I love them more and more and make a point to show them that I do and always will. My whole heart and soul go into my babies. Nothing like the love of a Dachshund (and a Chihuahua raised with Dachshunds).
Smile and make it a tail-wagging day.
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