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Why dogs lick paws

I'm a bit of a sucker for cats. When I was a kid, the biggest thing in my eyes was the fact that my parents didn't own a dog. So when I grew up, I made sure to get my friends' dogs, even if they were crazy or mean to my sister and me. My sister got the really big one, but I got the one with the really long tail that was friendly, despite having a tendency to bark at random intervals.

The only real difference between our dogs was that mine didn't have fur. They were always clean, and I think I remember them getting their nails trimmed every month. They loved to play with each other, and sometimes we would play a game of tug-of-war with them, using our socks as a rope. If there was something that we didn't want to eat, like the top of the stove, they wouldn't hesitate to take it, and if we left something out on the table, they'd grab at it. They were always clean, always in good health, and they loved their people, as I do, and even though they could never be our pets, they were like family to us, and for a long time I just kept getting these dogs, and I loved them.

When we moved out here, we got a dog as well. Our last dog, in fact. He was a young German Shepherd mix that we got because we felt like we couldn't find a dog with his personality in our new neighborhood, and he was small enough for my sister to ride around on in her skateboard. The problem was, we didn't know how to train him. I was working and couldn't take him on any walks, and my sister barely knew how to take care of him, since he'd never really been around children, let alone a baby.

So we got a dog and a cat, and they seemed to like each other okay, but we just never seemed to get the hang of them. I think at one point we got to the point where we just left them outside, and they'd go outside together. We got to the point where we'd bring them food, and they'd each eat their own meal, but they'd sit in the dining room and look at each other, like they were just waiting for someone to play. We'd leave food out on the table for them, and they'd just eat a little bit and leave the rest.

I think that they started to look like our kids a little bit, which would have been fine, but that was only a half-way house to them being our kids. We didn't want to do that, so we started spending more time with them, playing with them, and eventually taking them with us to work and stuff. But we'd get home and they were still waiting for us, and so one day we had to give up. We decided to get another dog, and this time we went to the dog shelter, since our first choice wasn't taking them in anymore.

The only dogs we got that day were two small huskies. They were two different colors, and one was a little bit lighter than the other, but we decided that they were brothers, since they both had that same kind of fur on their face, and we named them Spot and Spotlight, and we loved them from the moment that we saw them. We still don't know how to train them, though, and we still have the same problem with them not wanting to eat or do anything by themselves. It's like they were born to be dogs, but we were born to be their parents.

So it's been three years now, and we've given them all of the attention that we can, and they're all that we have, and that's okay. It's just that when we look at them and talk to them, we can tell that they really love us. It's obvious when we pet them or they pet us, and they do it like their job, like they're really good at it. But it's like they're looking at us, like we're their last hope for this world, and that's really sweet. It makes me want to go out and get them a leash and a collar and take them on an adventure, but they don't need anything like that, and I'm afraid of how they'd feel if we told them we were taking them on a trip, like to the store. It's something that we love doing with them, and we do it together, and that's what we have to do. It's what we're supposed to do.

So the other day, after the fact, I saw that I was getting messages from a few people, all saying that they knew I had a blog, and one of them said that they wanted to tell me something, and they said that they could tell that I loved dogs, and they said that they would never understand how you could love something that is so much like a baby, because I don't. They told me that they could tell that I had kids, and they said that I was a real mom, and that I was a great mom. Then another person chimed in, and they were like, 'Yeah, but don't tell him that we think he's a great dad too!' And then a third person added, 'If he tells you that he's a great dad, don't believe it!' And then another person added that I had great kids, and they said that I had the best kids that anyone could have.

It was really touching to me, and it made me feel like I'm not alone. That there are people out there who understand what I'm going through, and that we can all be friends. It wasn't that they were right, or that we're all the same. It's just that they know what I'm going through, and that we're all going through it, and they know that our kids are going to grow up, and that we're going to leave them. It's not the same as what they're going through, but we're all going through the same thing, and it's really nice to know that we have each other to count


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