Scooby the pup had his first car ride. I am not going to say his tongue was sticking out of the window. Scooby was sleeping on my lap, he felt so warm. I came home and started playing with him. At night when the light went out he was crying, because he misses he mom.
The American Kennel Club, Inc. 16 Feb. 2011 . Dan. "The Best Family Dogs – 10 Breeds For Homes With Children | Dog Reflections.” The Dog Guide: Helping You Find Your Perfect Dog. © The Dog Guide, 5 May 2008. Web.
I remember begging my parents for a dog at least once a day for a about a month or two, so when we went to the adoption center, I was brimming with happiness. As I looked into the square space that the puppies were kept in, I instantly fell in love with one of the pups there. He was a newborn pug who was only a week old. After we got all the legal paperwork taken care of, I was able to carry my newborn pug to my home. In Mary Jalongo’s research, she mentions that “A child may treat a dog as if it were a baby or younger child, such as when they assume the role of the dog’s teacher and teach it a command or trick” (Jalongo, 2015).
When I was twenty-two years old, I answered an advertisement in the paper for free Labrador puppies. Driving up to the house, I saw all the little critters running around and having a ball of a time. I got into the pen with the pups, and finally decided on the shy runt who spent the majority of his time hiding under a board. I loved his personality and instantly knew he was the dog for me. I named him Charlie, and from that point on our master/dog relationship began.
Marshal, the brilliant German Shepherd was trying to hypnotize me. Marshal came in to our family when he was a mere two month old puppy. Since then, he has been my companion and best friend. Growing up he was the most mischievous dog one could ever imagine. Years of training by my mom has made him more docile and mature.
Bean and his mom named it Tucker. Once upon a time, Bean and her mom decided to take an adventure. They drove from Boston to Alaska. For that long drive adventure Bean only have toys, books, drawing tablets, crayons and lots of pillows on the mattress that he and his mom slept during the adventure. When they got hungry, Bean would push open the sliding windows and lean through to the front of the truck, and announce: “Bean’s Café is open for business!
She helped my little brother with his first steps when he was learning to walk. Every time when we arrived she would run out of the yard and give us a lovely welcome treat. I really loved her. Once she was hurt in a dog fight and my grandma bandaged her all around the stomach because she was bitten very bad. I cried and thought that she is not going to make it but she fortunately survived.
I sat on the left, back seat of our beige Toyota Sequoia driving home after we picked up our 3 year old, plump yellow lab from the breeders. Both of my parents were sitting in the front and I was stuck in the back with my older brother and younger sister. We put our loved Labrador pet, Kinley (name of our dog) in the very back of the truck meant for storage of groceries and luggage. The tan leather beneath me squeaked every time I tried to find a comfortable position to sit in. I did not really understand the birds and the bees at my current age of 9 years old; I just knew that two dogs would have to “bond” with each other for our dog to reproduce.
His left ear was flipped inside out, like it has been taped on his head. He looked so cute and cuddly. Happy feeling and emotions toward me is not always the best. I bought him for $400 dollars. When I first brought the puppy home, my family yelled at me for wasting my money.
Their farm was two hundred acres of corn fields, cows, pigs, and, of course, chickens. No farm would be complete without chickens. At the southeast corner of the farm, behind the smaller corn field, was the brook with clear cold water that reached past my knees. On most weekends my family would go to visit our friends, the Tailors, who had at one time seven boys to keep them company. All of them were grown with their own lives to attend to, except for Dan, who stayed on at the farm to help keep up the crops.