26 things that prove you’re a dog owner

August 11, 2013 4:05 pm 1 comment Views: 3110

Photo of a typical pet/owner relationship - landonad via Reddit

Photo of a typical pet/owner relationship -Patater via Reddit

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Photo of a typical pet/owner relationship -  michellekelleher via Instagram

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Photo of a typical pet/owner relationship -  I have the best dog in the world via Facebook

Photo of a typical pet/owner relationship -  katherinehanley via Instagram

Photo of a typical pet/owner relationship - happiness-only-real-when-shared- via Tumblr

Photo of a typical pet/owner relationship - pkfire via Reddit

Photo of a typical pet/owner relationship - kristen_boss via Instagram

Photo of a typical pet/owner relationship - renee_130 via Instagram

Photo of a typical pet/owner relationship - ajaysdad1221 via Instagram

Photo of a typical pet/owner relationship - lifewithadog via Instagram

Photo of a typical pet/owner relationship - xojaykayxo via Instagram

Photo of a typical pet/owner relationship - jaima_ratr via Instagram

Photo of a typical pet/owner relationship - I have the best dog in the world via Facebook

There are chew toys in the hallway, rawhides spilling out of the cupboards and a stash of plastic baggies on the back porch. Yes, just as human parents have telltale signs that identify them, dog owners can also be spotted with a number of factors. Once you become a pooch parent, you know — and not just by the revolving door of dog hair that is the living room couch. It’s also the sense of companionship, the constant cuddles and the ongoing feeling of love. It might be extra work raising a pup, but it’s work most of us wouldn’t trade for the world.

There are chew toys in the hallway, rawhides spilling out of the cupboards and a stash of plastic baggies on the back porch. Yes, just as human parents have telltale signs that identify them, dog owners can also be spotted with a number of factors. Once you become a pooch parent, you know — and not just by the revolving door of dog hair that is the living room couch. It’s also the sense of companionship, the constant cuddles and the ongoing feeling of love. It might be extra work raising a pup, but it’s work most of us wouldn’t trade for the world.

There are chew toys in the hallway, rawhides spilling out of the cupboards and a stash of plastic baggies on the back porch. Yes, just as human parents have telltale signs that identify them, dog owners can also be spotted with a number of factors. Once you become a pooch parent, you know — and not just by the revolving door of dog hair that is the living room couch. It’s also the sense of companionship, the constant cuddles and the ongoing feeling of love. It might be extra work raising a pup, but it’s work most of us wouldn’t trade for the world.

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  • The Minkey

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