|Google. A mini schnauzer master!|
Google, that's the name of my dog, my first dog by the way. He's two years and two months old at the moment. We (my boyfriend and I) named him Google because we are keen on technology, but at the end, the name fit him completely. He's a searcher... The thing is that since he came to my life, a lot of things have changed (without counting the first month when he was sick due to the irresponsible care received from the people who sold him like he was a product; but I don't want to talk about those sad details). Now I have to get up earlier than before, give him food, entertainment... give him time and dedication. In one word, as my mother would say, it means "responsibility". I guess that's why she didn't allow me to have a pet in the house when I was a child. It was enough to take care of three girls at the same time. Anyway, this time I want to talk about the things Google have taught me in his silent and magic way.
10 LESSONS THAT A DOG CAN TEACH YOU!
1- Always be ready to have fun; take the opportunities that life gives you to be happy at any time without a particular reason!
2- Draw love and attention using your personality. Appearances don't matter so much. If people don't accept you, pay attention to the people who really matter after all.
3- Relax about your appearance; don't give a f^&*ck if others criticise you. If you have doubts about it, remember point 2.
4- Express your love and emotions to others; it doesn't matter what they could be thinking about it.
5- Remember that eyes speak more than words; use your own way to get what you want. Not being able to talk is not that bad!
6. Accept your reality when you can't do anything to change it, but stay in peace once you discover there's nothing else you can do.
8- Be alert all the time and protect yourself and your family from anyone or anything dangerous.
9- Stretch your body daily, sleep well, walk and run any time you can; it's healthy and it'll help you to be happy.
10- Be happy and grateful for the little things that life give you. They could disappear at any time, so live the present, here and now.
|Google when he was a puppy (4 months)|