Dogs are awesome, aren't they? Absolute total flooffy legends. Always happy, always enthusiastic, they sleep when they need to, very rarely moody, very rarely angry. Full of love and always happy to quietly chill-out with you (after a big long walk and some food of course.) Of course, this is mostly only true for dogs that have been raised with kindness and consistent training. While in comparison human lives are much more complicated, I still think we can all learn a lot from the forgiving loving nature of dogs.
I would love a dog, but unfortunately it's not the right time right now, small living space and little free time would definitely not make a good environment for a canine companion. So right now I satisfy myself with creepy levels of dog stalking. Is your dog hanging outside the supermarket? Well, he's getting lots of ear rubs and attention from me while you do your weekly shop. Is your dog sitting on your knee napping on your commute home from work? I'm pretending to read on my phone but really I'm taking a photo of your adorable fluffy friend to send to my husband. Are you sitting near me in a public place with your dog? Yes, yes I am staring at you, or rather I'm staring at your dog! Sorry if I'm making you uncomfortable, until I get my own and am distracted my own dogs poop retrieval needs I have high levels of dog creeping.
I also enjoy drawing dogs, it's a good excused to look at adorable dog pictures for hours. Lets all be more dog, take more walks, have more naps and greet all snacks with immense levels of enthusiasm, even when it's carrot sticks.