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Funny Dogs Being Their Selves

Dogs have a funny way of making us humans laugh!

Dogs have a happy heart. Just the simple things they do can make us laugh. I don’t know how many times I’ve looked at my dog and they are doing something funny.

Dogs can help humans emotionally

Having a dog not only means all you do is take care of them. They take care of you also. They can sense when you are down and may cuddle with you more. No matter what mood you are in, a dog always knows how to get you out of your funk.

I’ve personally have gone through depression and having anxiety. I’m always happy to know that my dog will help me out.

Chloe always wants to cuddle whether I’m sad or working. That always makes my heart so happy. Just petting and listening to her snoring away brings me back to what matters. Even as I type this post, she is snuggled so hard against me snoring!

Me laying on the couch with Chloe as my pillow and my cat laying on Chloe also. Chloe is funny when we use each other as pillows.
Me and Twinkie using Chloe as a pillow

Frankie got to stay will Mamaw and Papaw when I got married and moved out. (I made sure Frankie knew I was still his mommy!) He loved snuggling with mamaw and papaw. He always knew there was a place for him on the couch!

Funny Frankie laying on my lap after a morning of play. His little pink belly is out!
Tired Frankie sleeping on mommy
Funny Frankie laying on my dad's lap was his favorite spot.
Frankie protecting his papaw




of Frankie

Dogs love to show off their silly sides even when they think no one is watching.

Frankie riding on my back as I crawl on all fours around the house. He loved doing this funny trick.

Frankie always loved riding on mommy’s back. My mom got this pic just in time!!

Chloe sticking her head in the cat hut being funny.

Chloe checking out Twinkie’s hut. I asked her what she was doing, and she just gave me a look like “nothing mom”!

“When an 85 pound mammal licks your tears away, and then tries to sit on your lap, it’s hard to feel sad.” — Kristan Higgins

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