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  1. This may be the best piece I’ve read about the ways our dogs know and understand us. You have the same keen insights as your dogs! Aren’t they the best? I’m covered in dog hair right now from snuggling with my Annie. xoxox, Brenda

    • Laurie Stone

      Brenda, I’m always covered in dog hair! I guess that’s the price for such non-stop adoration. Thanks for your kind words.

  2. Cindy Graf

    I believe our dogs are very in tune to our emotions as well as our habits. Without a word they can convey love, compassion , devotion and concern. They are amazing creatures and I can’t imagine my life without them.

    • Laurie Stone

      Cindy, I can’t imagine life without them either. They’re born empaths. They sense mood and emotion.

  3. Dogs are so smart. One of mine wrote his own book and now he’s working on the 2nd. I am channeling him and he’s pretty good! It’s true how they all have their own personalities and their own ‘relationship’ with us.
    Great post!
    b

  4. Libby barking at you to make you do the dishes is hysterical! Of course, I read this blog post and my mind went to Michael Jackson’s “Somebody’s Watching Me” song. “I always feel like somebody’s watching me. And I get no privacy….”

  5. Dogs are so intuitive. After my accident, I had fallen out of bed one night when I was home alone. I was unable to get up on my own. My Jack, (he’s gone now) put his body in such a way that I could use my upper body back to the bed and drag myself up. It was a moment I will never forget. I was ugly crying and he just took over and did what needed to be done. He never left my side. It was unbelievable.

    • Laurie Stone

      Rena, Wow. I think animals are so much more spiritually aware than we realize. Sounds like Jack was an amazing dog. I hope you’re feeling stronger now.

    • Laurie Stone

      Roxanne, I find myself as fascinated by Libby is as she is with me! (Thank God for dogs to make us feel so special).

    • Laurie Stone

      Rebecca, Both my cat and dog start “sulking” when I pull out the suitcases. They both get very pensive and quiet. It makes me feel guilty. Sounds like you have the same situation.

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