Today my pooch is 10 months old!
Here are some statistics:
🐶 We are together for 8 months.
✌️ She’s double the size comparing with the day I met her.
🏠 It’s about 240 days when someone is waiting until I come home.
2️⃣ We managed to reduce ‘short walks’ from 12 times a day to 2 times a day.
🎾 We played for almost 8 hours the most playful day we had.
📺 0 days with me not going outside.
🥾 So far this year, I’m taking more steps a day than I did last year (even with quarantine).
🙂 A lot more stranger smiles at me and my pooch.
👋 I had a lot of random conversations with strangers. I know almost everyone who owns a dog in my neighborhood. And it’s 100% easier to start a conversation and meet new people when you are with a dog.
😌 I’m a lot happier and I know that someone is always there for me.
🐕 🐩 And it’s 100 % that with a bigger flat Spurga will get a new friend.
No one ever told me that you might feel sad or stressed after adopting a puppy.
For two years I was planning, waiting and dreaming about my new family member and suddenly after bringing him home I feel sad. Am I a bad dog mother?
After three months of owning a dog I can say the answer is no and that’s for sure. Puppy depression exists and everything that you feel is a result of sleepless nights, potty training and chaos in the home.
It will pass and you are not alone.
One thing that will not pass is the love for your little pooch.