Becoming a pup parent is an exciting and nerve racking experience. You find yourself eager to meet your new canine while anxiously buying everything from doggie diapers to flea spray just to be pawpare. It can be a bit confusing at times.
Even with all your research, you’ll come to realize within the next weeks, days, or even hours spent with your dog that there are a few things you just aren’t too sure of. You may even start to panic – realizing those years spent playing with your childhood dog only really taught you how to throw a Frisbee.
So, you’ll end up doing what every pup parent before you have done – Google. The efficient cyber source will provide you with answers, leave you with a few more questions, and assure you that you are not the first dog ruver to be concerned by your dogs excessive barking or tail chasing tendencies. Don’t believe us? See for yourself!
Not possible. You must’ve mistaken the cat for a dog.
We’re guessing a mix of Greek, German and Mandarin with a slight twist of woof (but that’s just us).
This is never a good thing.
Girlfriend vs. Puppy *SPOILER ALERT* the dog always wins. 😉
Being an adorkable pupper can be ruff sometimes.
Poo poo pooooooo.
Someone call the vet!
You seem to have an ordinary puppy on your hands. The type that likes to eat their weight in kibble and bark until they can’t hear.
Yes, yes, no, maybe?
The same reason why you watch reality television.
Let’s just hope your dog doesn’t’ lick themself EVERYWHERE before licking your face. Actually, who are we kidding? They definitely do.
Just that you’re a crazy dog parent. (It’s ok, we are too!). 😉
Popcorn, bananas and eggs? Perhaps a second grader’s leftovers?
Of course your dog ruvs you! (Although they’ll always love peanut butter just a little bit a whole lot more).