The Dog Thinker and The Truth

I love dogs, so I often think, how, what, where and why dogs do what they do? My mission, has been to observe, and be active in my community, and anywhere to encourage dog awareness. Why? Because dogs need us. They depend on responsible humans to care for them. But as a dog thinker, I know more. It’s the humans who NEED the dog more!

What made me decide to write this article? Well, I am a dog thinker, and am keen on dogs’ behavior wherever they are. At home, on walks, at the park, at the beach, in a car, on a flat-bed truck, packed behind a motorcycle, just sitting, or laying down, standing and barking, and just being a dog.. Let me make it clear, I’m not a dog watcher, but a dog thinker. Every dog that crosses my path, my thoughts start considering what they may be experiencing. For example, I think, about the information, dogs are picking-up smelling as they walk along, or what makes them bark at some people and not others. I observe and think how human behavior change, and always for the better, when dogs are part of their lives. I sadly think how dogs go into destructive behavior in their own home when left alone for long stretches at a time each day. I think what dogs may be dreaming about with the strange antics they display during sleep. All so absorbing and challenging.

Many people make decisions about adding a dog to their family, and accept the responsibility caring for their needs. However, in addition to dog caring, other family responsibilities and jobs take up time and energy. Then again, there is another “family member,” the computer. Convenient, efficient, informative, neat and organized, the internet has become a very important “family member!” Easy accessibility to information, personal acquaintances, family members, schools, doctors, churches, strangers, businesses and on-the-road connections has make life abundantly full. The downfall for many, is its addictiveness. So much attention given to the increasing wonders of the internet has made many people lose face-to-fact personal connections. Snuffle Bowl

Dogs’ don’t use the internet.

Dogs’ ears, nose, and mouth are, their internet.

Convenience, speed, and hunger for information has become a priority in today’s lifestyle. Social media programs make-up for the lack of face-to-face person connections. We have Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, StumbleUpon, blogs, websites, email, Merchant Circle, LinkedIn, Skype, YouTube, Flicker, Snag-A-Job, Wikipedia, Search Engines and so much more to be thankful for in gaining friendships around the world.

Dog’s don’t use the internet.

Dogs’ social scene is wherever they are.

Lifestyles in all economic levels are haute, when possessing the latest in internet accessories. We spend money, to make it convenient to NOT have face-to-face person contacts!

Dogs’ don’t use the internet.

Dogs’ lifestyle is giving of themselves.

Meeting with others for creative thinking versus internet discussions are choices, but the internet wins all the time The energy for face-to-face contact has been diminishing. An in-person contact happens unrepentantly.In other words, why cross the street to visit someone, when you can email? Why in your own home, walk upstairs to tell your teenager dinner is ready, just email the “dinner bell!”


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