I love my dog!
The February theme on BlogPaws was “Spoil Your Pet Month” and I throughly enjoyed seeing how that was interpreted by each Pet Blogger. Last week our Wordless Wednesday gallery captured puppy love with Photos of Dogs and Kids. We also looked at super expensive gifts to spoil your dog. With the month coming to an end, we would like to share everyday examples of dogs being “spoiled” and loving every minute of it.
To spoil someone can actually be defined as a negative “to give (someone, such as a child) everything that he or she wants” “to have a bad effect on (someone) by allowing too many things or by not correcting bad behaviour” “harming the character of a child…or pet in this case by being too lenient or indulgent”. We have chosen a more flexible meaning.
Take a look for yourself at today’s examples.
I Spoil My dog With Toys
I Spoil My Dog With Walks
I Spoil My Dog By Bringing Him Everywhere With Me
…Even On Adventures
I Spoil My Dog With Puppy Play Dates
I Spoil My Dog By Letting Him or Her Sleep Wherever they Please
I Spoil My Dog With Tasty, Healthy Food and Treats (including home made and raw veggies) and keep him a good weight.
I Spoil My Dog With Doggy Products like our great towels to make him more comfortable.
I Spoil My Dog By Enrolling Him In Fun Activities (or doing them around the house)
I Spoil My Dog With The Latest Fashions and keep them warm
I Spoil My Dog With The Finer Things In Life
I Spoil My Dog On His Birthday Each Year
I Spoil My Dog With LOVE
Because Dogs ARE Family.
If this is considered spoiling your dog… then I’m guilty!
Are you “guilty” of spoiling your dog?