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I love Louise and I am sure that Louise loves me. I know by the way she wakes me up in the morning and how she reacts when I come home from somewhere. It’s the way she looks at me with those brown eyes. It is how she relaxes when I am near. But is it love really or is it just that I am the caregiver and the food source? Personally, I want to believe it is love. Many scientists say it is just an attachment or bond to the owner. But I say if it is not love, then what thing is it?
Gosh, she is beautiful. And, yes, she feels like velvet to the touch.
Have a wonderful Sunday.
Louise – Do you remember when we first met in March of 2010? You were so shy and skinny then. Do you remember that itchy mange you had and the pain of that collar that was embedded in your neck? It took a while for you to trust us but you grew into such a loving and sweet dog in the safety of our home. Do you remember Mr, Squash E Bear? He went blind shortly after you came to live with us and you used to lead him around by his leash. You were such a good helper to him. He really liked you. And then when we got Sofie, I thought you would never talk to me again. You really did not understand this interloper into the quiet of your domain. But you and SoSo have become inseparable. I know that you can’t image a world without her. And I can not imagine a world without you.
We love you Lulu Belle and we are so glad you picked our family to be with. Happy 5th birthday. You have my heart now and furever, – Mom
Not sure why people fear black animals, but we know they do. I never would have gone out to adopt a black dog if a local rescue group didn’t introduce us to this fearful little 4 month old black dog covered with demodex mange, scars, and a collar embedded in her little nexk. I can not image life without Louise now.
“Thanks, Mom, I can’t imagine life without you either. Adopt a human today!” – Louise (aka Lulu Belle)
Just another DogDaz morning at the zoo ❤