It’s a dog’s life: idiom – a very unhappy and unpleasant life (Cambridge Dictionary)
I am going to have to disagree with this saying and definition. Apologies to the Cambridge Dictionary and people who use it, but you clearly aren’t hanging around any of the dogs I know.
Dogs are by their nature the happiest of animals. Always ready to play, adventure and keep you company.
The moment you get home after a day’s work (or even a 5 minute trip to the shops) you are greeted as if you have been away for years. That long lost best friend who has returned and should be greeted with all possible remaining energy. And in return for this love, we give them cuddles, walks, company, play and food (never to be underestimated!).
Dogs will try to share with you what they have been up to, whether when disappearing for a few minutes on a walk sniffing something, or maybe just that they try to hide the fact that they have jumped up and slept on the sofa or the bed whilst you were out (the fur always gives them away).
If anything I would say sign me up for “a dog’s life” as it seems pretty damn fun and exciting. If reincarnation is real, bring me back as a dog on our walks and adventures!
Doggies: Sid, Nansen, Deano and Ibsen
Doggies: Haraka, Trassel, Lucy and Ellie
Doggies: Arya, Gabby, Gulla and Fant
Doggies: Sara, Isak, Ilex, Vali, Ronja, Samus and Max (2 walkers)
Doggies: Mari, Nola, Tex, Ben and Sunny
Doggies: Lucy, Milli and Leesi
Doggies: Smula, Freia, Wilma and Pippi
Doggies: Wilma, Zappa, Sonja, Henie and Lucille
Have a lovely evening with your doggies and we are back again in the morning for more dogwalking in Oslo nature.
Christina, Karianne, Linn, Veronica, Alex and Matt
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