For national dog day, I thought that I would let you all... Meet Miss. Dally! The best pup a gal could have! 


When I wake up in the morning, before my head can even register what day it is, how long I have until I have to be at work and did I over sleep:

I am startled by the sound of my 5 year old pup shaking and rolling around... itching (literally), for some water.

I let her out, she gets her drink, drips water on to the (if it's Monday), freshly mopped  wood, laminate, floors and proceeds to pull out every toy she owns.

After I convince her it is too early to play and get her back to the bed, I  try to clean the mess she has made thinking it will make my day easier if I leave the house and it's clean.

And this is all before 6:00 A.M. and no, I won't teach you my ways of the World, (unless you ask nicely). This is our life, my fiance Adam and our dog, Dally! Do we spoil her too much and speak of her like she is a friend? Yes. Am I learning to make dog treats so that my dog can become diabetic in the next two years, probably. So below I have attached a few FAQ that will help you see why we wouldn't want to spend our time any other way:

Q: Why do you treat your dog like a child, MOST parents would find that offensive.

A: You're probably right. Scratch that, you are right. But I don't have a child, I have a dog. And I would never compare my situations with my four legged lover to those with children.


Q: What is wrong with Dally's eye? What happened?

A: She is blind in one eye. Tragic but amazing. We are not sure exactly how it happened but we know that she has not always been blind. When we rescued her it was fairly new they thought and it was one of the main reasons, other than having heartworm's that no one would rescue her!


Q: Why is she so scared all of the time? Will she get better?

A: She takes after her mother (me, duh!), and has horrible anxiety! And when we got her the vet told us that he was not sure that she would ever get over it, PROVED HIM WRONG! And though she still gets anxious in certain situations, she is 90% better than when we got her two years ago. She gets better everyday but will let me know if there is someone who's character she questions.

For national dog day, I thought that I would let you all... Meet Miss. Dally! The best pup a gal could have! 


When I wake up in the morning, before my head can even register what day it is, how long I have until I have to be at work and did I over sleep:

I am startled by the sound of my 5 year old pup shaking and rolling around... itching (literally), for some water.

I let her out, she gets her drink, drips water on to the (if it's Monday), freshly mopped  wood, laminate, floors and proceeds to pull out every toy she owns.

After I convince her it is too early to play and get her back to the bed, I  try to clean the mess she has made thinking it will make my day easier if I leave the house and it's clean.

And this is all before 6:00 A.M. and no, I won't teach you my ways of the World, (unless you ask nicely). This is our life, my fiance Adam and our dog, Dally! Do we spoil her too much and speak of her like she is a friend? Yes. Am I learning to make dog treats so that my dog can become diabetic in the next two years, probably. So below I have attached a few FAQ that will help you see why we wouldn't want to spend our time any other way:

Q: Why do you treat your dog like a child, MOST parents would find that offensive.

A: You're probably right. Scratch that, you are right. But I don't have a child, I have a dog. And I would never compare my situations with my four legged lover to those with children.


Q: What is wrong with Dally's eye? What happened?

A: She is blind in one eye. Tragic but amazing. We are not sure exactly how it happened but we know that she has not always been blind. When we rescued her it was fairly new they thought and it was one of the main reasons, other than having heartworm's that no one would rescue her!


Q: Why is she so scared all of the time? Will she get better?

A: She takes after her mother (me, duh!), and has horrible anxiety! And when we got her the vet told us that he was not sure that she would ever get over it, PROVED HIM WRONG! And though she still gets anxious in certain situations, she is 90% better than when we got her two years ago. She gets better everyday but will let me know if there is someone who's character she questions.

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