I have been told over the years how amazing I am. I am not sure I would call myself amazing, but I would call myself a survivor. We all have a past, we have all made choices, and we all have to decide how we react and respond to those. Here is my story.
If you’ve been following the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard drama since it started back in 2016, you might have noticed the mass of conflicting stories that have been circulating. It really has become a he said/she said situation and quite frankly, it isn’t looking good for Heard. Now if you’re sitting there thinking “wait, what happened?” That’s why I’m here cause apparently, news outlets just don’t seem to care when it’s a man who is abused.
Owning a dog is not something special for all people. I mean, almost half of Americans own a dog, but the bonds are all different. I have owned dogs since I was six years old and have developed a love for them that is hard to describe. The closest I can think to explain it is an adult wanting to be a parent. You know those people, maybe you’re one of them? Ever since you were little you dreamt of having children and it excites you to think about it all coming true and terrifies you if something should keep you from it. That’s how I feel about having dogs. I want a dog like a woman wants a baby. Laugh if you must. I’m not offended.
Being a parent is serious business and moments like these are the surprises we thrive on. Spontaneity rules our lives as we shoot for predictability but rarely get it as our children end up getting sick often and need endless amounts of attention, at least, if you are doing your job right. And, as you can imagine, for the first five years until our toddlers reach school age, we are spending loads of time at the park.
Whether your furry friend is preparing for the procedure or has recently come out of surgery for a torn ACL, you are likely wondering just what is required on your part to offer your pet the best possible chance of success and a speedy, stress-free recovery. Thankfully, you’ve come to the right place!