Introduce your pet and tell the story of how you came to adopt them
My pion of my heart is a new 6 week old German Shepherd puppy. He is only 2 weeks old and I just got him from a local shelter. His name is Teddy, which I decided on because that was his original name, it’s in the shelter records, and some great dog names are hard to come by. He is very cute and energetic. He loves to play and is starting to jump on me and play-bite. He is still in his puppy stage but he’s already showing a lot of potential. I am looking forward to how much he will grow and learn in the future. Teddy is very sweet and the friendliest dog I’ve met yet.
Share photos of your pet throughout their life, from when they were a tiny kitten or puppy to now
Here is a photo of Teddy when he was just born, and one from yesterday, the last one I got from the shelter, also taken two weeks ago. He looks pretty big for his age, but he is growing fast. He’s always been a goofy thing and I love him for it.
This is my life with Teddy, in pictures. He will never be old, he will always be young, and the best part of my day is having him at home sleeping on my belly.”
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Write about how much your pet has changed your life for the better and how much you love them
Pion of my heart is always trying to get attention. He really loves everyone, he’s friendly and very social as you can tell by the photo. Teddy is a real people person, which is why I fell in love with him from the start. When we first met that first night, he was so friendly and was trying to put his paws on me so I didn’t have to walk up stairs on my hands and knees like I usually do at our house. He was trying to show off that he could walk down stairs. He has a very bad case of teething right now, and my hands and knees are pretty sore, but I still have to give him attention because he is so cute and cuddly. If he can get me to hold him more than once a day, he succeeds. So I guess that is how we were first introduced. He was very cute, and disturbed me because I knew he was going to be a gift from my best friend.
From the beginning he was very friendly, I had to walk down the stairs on my hands and knees because we have no dogs in the house so we have to climb them every time we want to go upstairs or outside. So he offered to carry me on his back, and this was how we were introduced. It might have probably been the first time, it’s just that my memory is really bad.
Describe all of the different things your pet loves to do – playing fetch, cuddling on the couch, taking walks – and explain why you think they’re so special
Teddy is a very energetic dog. He loves playing fetch and chasing tennis balls. He has an endless amount of energy and will make me walk around the entire neighborhood with him if I don’t get him his ball. Right now he is going through a teething stage, so he chews on everything and plays with anything he can get his mouth on. He tried to rip the cord out of my computer when I was playing a game last night. Teddy also loves cuddling on the couch. He will lay on me while I am on the couch, or he will just lay next to me and stare at me. He is a very sweet dog, but he has some really bad habits. His favorite is racing through the house, which is constantly getting him into trouble. He also loves to chew on other things, so he chews on furniture and gets in my clothes when I am trying to wear them. When it comes to taking walks, Teddy loves that part of the day. Walking around the neighborhood while the sun is setting is one of his favorite things. The only thing he doesn’t like about it is getting a bath afterwards. He hates getting a bath and will try to run away as soon as he gets back inside.
Offer tips for other people who are considering adopting a pet, such as doing their research and visiting animal shelters first
Just keep in mind that animals are living things, and all living things cost money. Just because you want a pet, doesn’t mean you can get one and think it won’t cost anything. Any kind of pet is a big responsibility that requires a lot of work. I have only had Teddy for a week, but my hands and knees are already sore. Dogs also need to be walked every day. When I am in school all day, I need to make sure that he is taken out of his crate at least every two hours so he doesn’t go to the bathroom in it. In general, any pet you get will require a lot of your time and effort. Do your research, go to a shelter, and figure out if it’s worth it before taking on the responsibility of a pet.
Offer tips for other people who are considering adopting a pet, such as doing their research and visiting animal shelters first. The article doesn’t give tips for those who aren’t considering getting one but wants to inform them about the responsibilities of owning one.
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