There are two types of people in this world: those who are dog people, and then there are those who want to sit back and watch the world burn. In American culture, we love and cherish our pets. They are a member of the family and are to be treated as such.
Sometimes it can feel like we are undeserving of the unconditional love our dog gives us on a daily basis. They give enough love for multiple lifetimes, which is why taking on the responsibility of being a dog mom is so rewarding.
After all of the potty training and all of the chewed up messes, they find a place within our hearts that can never be replaced. Dogs are so special to a lot of us. If you are a dog mom, then you will be able to relate to any of these 13 things.
1. While some people are planning on when they will have their next child, you're making plans for when you will get your next puppers.
2. Nothing grinds your gears more than when people talk ill of your sweet baby.
3. You have full on conversations with your dog and you're almost 100% certain they fully understand the english language.
4.You love your dog more than you love most people, if not all people.
5. Nothing is more fun than spoiling your sweet baby with treats and toys; you'll easily drop money on them before you spend money on yourself.
6. After a bad day, cuddling with them and being in their presence makes everything so much better.
7. The fact that they only get about 15 years on this earth tears your heart into a million pieces, but you're prepared to make the best of those years.
8. While your parents want grandchildren, they know they'll have to settle for grand puppies for now.
9. You feel like you've cheated on them when your doggo smells another doggo on you.
10. Nothing makes you happier than meeting a fellow dog mom; you can relate to each other on a spiritual level.
11. pictures of your dog take up most of the storage space on your phone.
12. Lint rollers are your best friend when you are constantly covered in dog fur.
13. No matter how bad they act, you can't stay mad at them; they will forever be a good heckin' doggo.