To this day, I still reminisce about the special event that took place at my school on September 25, 2015-- "Bring your pet to school day". It's almost as if I traveled back in time to preschool, where I would bring an item to Show and Tell periodically. The only difference was that I was a freshman in high school, and we were using our pets to learn about how animals interact and behave in different environments. Although we were supposed to use our animals to learn about Biology, I took this as an opportunity to show off to my fellow classmates the cool tricks my pet could do. The pet I planned on bringing to school was my baby guinea pig, Brownie. Being the size of a tiny bowl, the only trick Brownie could do was nibble carrots off the palm of my hand. Regardless, I was still determined to teach her some cool tricks to amuse everyone in my class. In order to prep Brownie for the big day, I tried to make her follow me as I held on to a carrot; she wouldn't budge. As I grew more impatient, I realized I was training Brownie in an environment she wasn't used to. Brownie preferred a more comfortable environment, a cozy atmosphere with more places for her to hide in, unlike the unfamiliar basement I was training her in. Once I moved her up to my room, she was comfortably running around like she'd been living there for years. As long as the school had a rug for Brownie to perform her tricks on, I knew she would be fine. But I was wrong. In fact, we weren't even allowed to bring our pets inside the school, but experiment with them in the school's parking lot. As I predicted, Brownie didn't move an inch. Although my whole plan backfired, I found it funny that I unconsciously learned how Brownie behaves in different environments, which was the purpose of the experiment, without meaning to do so! I simply wanted Brownie to learn some cool tricks.
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Everyone has favorites, we all pick our favorite foods to eat, clothes to wear and jewelry to wear. The difference is sometimes our favorites aren't the best option for us. Having some greens once in a while instead of pizza is good for me. Sometimes, we look better in blue than our favorite shade of red, and sometimes, we have to wear some gold jewelry than our go-to silver. This is a list of not only my favorites but also some breeds of dogs I could see myself having because they would be a good fit for me.
I also would like to add that I am a cat person. However, I love all cat breeds, so that would be hard.
1. French Bulldogs
Hands-down, my favorite dog. They are so cute to me and they are chubby and so cute with all those wrinkles. The downside is the medical bill with this breed, but I could definitely see me get a Frenchie in the future.
Again, the wrinkles are too adorable to not have! I will say, that I don't really think that I will end up having a pug, but they are really cute and I will continue watching pug videos on the gram.
3. Jack Russels
Jack Russels are a basic dog in my opinion. They are good dogs, good companions, and just happy dogs. I could see myself having a Jack Russel.
Now, if I were to get this kind of dog, it would have to be a tiny version. This dog would have to have constant grooming appointments and be a cute stylish puppy. They are cute, but in my opinion, only because of the hair.
I really don't think of myself as a big dog type of person, however, I've been around labs my whole life. I believe that they are very loyal, and really good dogs. I also have seen a lot of kids and lab videos to warm my heart to get me to this decision.
6. German Shepards
This is a shaky type of breed for me. I have two German Shepards at home. One I get along with great, the other, not as much.
Oh, yes! These crazy yippie dogs are on my list. Why? Because chihuahuas were my childhood fantasy. It sealed the deal when "Beverly Hills Chihuahuas" came out and one named Chloe was a main character. Now, it is not a solid deal as the breed once was, but I figured I would put this on there.
8. Pit Bulls
I think pit bulls carry a stereotypical bad reputation. In my mind, I feel as though pit bulls have the same personality as I do. They are very sweet dogs, but sometimes are clumsy or are sometimes too feisty. I saw a pitbull mix the other day and all the dog wanted to do was play with me. I think I would really get along with this dog breed.
Just look up a picture and you will instantly want one too. So fluffy and cute!!!
I don't know a lot about this kind of breed, but by seeing their pictures I think they are cute but pretty protective dogs. I think they are kind of leaders and would be great for children.
11. Stray Dogs
I know this isn't a dog breed, but thinking about how all these different dogs come with price tags, why not rescue a dog for less? This could be great or the dog could not get along with the environment and it could go downhill. The good news is though, that doing this process, the people in charge help the dogs gradually change for it to work out for both parties and I think it is a great process. I have also have had ideas about fostering dogs in the future, so I think topic of my article was more than needed to talk about.