Friday, January 11, 2019

Dog Loyalty

Andy | Friday, January 11, 2019 | | Best Blogger Tips
The greatest fear a dog has, is the fear that you will not return.

14 comments:

  1. That dog is hoping she will come out and play with him, or at least go for a walk. Your photo tells a good story.

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  2. My good friend adopted a dog that was abandoned and it took a long time before it got over its separation anxiety.

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  3. It is a very sad thing to be separated from your pack. They are always so happy when you come out. Dogs do get stolen when tied outside stores so it isn't something to do.

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  4. The dog is truly the most faithful and the strongest friend of man. He asks nothing and gives to galore. They are wonderful companions

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  5. Watching and waiting for a wonderful deserved treat.

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  6. A common sight. I often say hello when they're standing outside a store, and tell them their human will be back soon enough.

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  7. I feel so sorry for him, he doesn't feel comfortable when I see his tail.....

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  8. Yes, very true. Our dog gets so nervous whenever we leave. I can tell just by her expression she wants to know when we will be back, and then she sits in the window waiting. Great photo!

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  9. Jeff is right--- a good story in one shot.

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  10. I did this once, briefly. I wasn't comfortable and my pooch was so relieved on my return that I've never done it again.

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  11. Great shot. One of the torments of a dogs life.

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