|11-08-2013 05:17 PM|
lol. Sorry I didn't see this sooner. I was home with no internet for the funeral.
I got back to Colorado, and Bullet wagged his entire butt when I showed up. He was excited and immediately found a stick so we could play. Silly dog.
|10-31-2013 10:09 AM|
"How much cuddling do I have to put up with before I earn a belly rub...?"
I love those eyes, by the way. My boy has the same expression when I'm upset.
|10-29-2013 12:03 PM|
Thanks. He definitely knows how to make light of a bad situation. As far as "my" dog goes... I've been the one working him the past almost year. Hubby is so busy with work and when he gets home, he wants to veg, that I feel bad for Bullet. He is such a social animal, and he LOVES to learn new things. I have him jumping the horse hitching post (with a small step); he nearly begs me to hide his toy so he can find it (if not, he'll settle for playing fetch). He is such an amazing dog.
When he's indoors, he's supposed to be laying down and being good, but the minute daddy leaves, he crawls up to me and tries to shove his head under my arm so I love on him. Darn boy is going to get us both in trouble!
|10-25-2013 10:53 PM|
So so sorry to hear about your grandmother, and glad to hear that you have your furry guy to help keep your spirits up through it all! My condolences to you an your family.
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|10-25-2013 10:42 PM|
|Springbrz||Sorry you lost your Grandmother. Sounds like Bullet isn't really your just your husbands dog, but your dog, too. Glad he was there for you to bring a smile and warmth to your heart in such a difficult time.|
|10-25-2013 10:33 PM|
|Nigel||I'm sorry you lost your grandmother. Dogs read us very well, glad Bulllet could bring you comfort and make you smile during a difficult time.|
|10-25-2013 06:46 PM|
|JakodaCD OA||I'm sorry about your grandmother, but your right, dogs have a way of always making us feel better and putting a smile on our faces|
|10-25-2013 06:27 PM|
my husband's dog is my hero
Seriously...this dog has been "there" for me more often than I can count. I just found out my grandma passed away. Hubby was at work, and I wasn't about to go talk to his kids about it. So I was in my room trying desperately to not cry. Bullet comes up to me, stares at me with those huge "Mom...what's wrong?" eyes, so I sit on the floor and just start sobbing.
Bullet tucks his head under my chin, effectively sopping up all the tears on my face, and continues to do this until he looks up at me, pauses, and proceeds to drag his extremely wet and gross tongue across my face. He then puts his head on my chest and lets me hug on him until he turns (just a little) so my hand is resting on his belly. He then leans closer...closer...closer...and falls over so I can rub his belly.
It worked. I had to stop crying so I could laugh at him. It's amazing how animals can make even a bad situation feel better. This dog is absolutely my hero. <3