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I am grateful for dog walking

For a couple of days now I've had the opportunity to Walk a dog that belongs to some of my friends, and I have to say this has been a great experience for me. For those of you who have a dog, this may not seem much as you maybe got used to the idea of talking your dog out in the morning. For me, Walking the dog was...well, I liked it a lot.

Having a dog means a great responsibility, in my opinion. When you decide you want one, you also must realize that you will be responsible for that being from now on. You must feed him, go out with him, take care of any possible flea problems, take him to the vet on a regular basis, play with him, give him a proper place to sleep. Having a dog is great, but after you get a dog, he becomes a part of you. Like you have to go out, he needs to go out as well.

I see a lot of people that get dogs, but don't take care of them. It's a shame really, because when you look into a dog's eyes you can see...yourself in them. How can you not take care of yourself? The old saying that "dog is man's best friend" is true. Just look at your dog and you will see him jump for joy and wiggle his tail for you. Why does he do that? Because he really likes you or even loves you. He doesn't do it to get something in return, he just is happy to be with you. Now let me ask you this: How many people do you know that feel this for you? One? Two? Is there any?

Not many, right? But your dog will surely be happy whenever he sees you. He will jump into your arms and do silly things just to get your attention and make you laugh. Just pay attention to what your dog is doing and you will see. I just love dogs and I really liked and enjoyed this experience of walking a sweet dog outside. It was fun and relaxing and it could be a great way to get out more. I mean, if you want a jogging partner, get a dog. He will run so fast that by the time you get back home, you will literally fall down.

When you take him out for a walk, you might not realize that you are actually taking yourself out for a walk. As you are giving the dog some fresh air, he is giving you some as well. Dogs force you to get out more, to run more, to enjoy life more. I learned a lot from these past days and I am really grateful for the lessons that Blackie (the dog) gave me. I want to get a dog of my own, but this is not the time for this. But I will in the future.

I embrace you,
Razvan Dobre

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