Is it okay to spoil our pets?
When we adopt a dog, they become a part of our family. We start treating them like we treat our own children. So basically, our cute little puppers are our children. Is it okay to spoil children? Absolutely not. Nobody likes a spoiled brat. Is it okay to spoil your cute little pupper? Of course, it is! It doesn’t do much harm to spoil your doggo. They are the purest beings and we really don’t deserve them. If you ask me, I would give up my life for my dog. Dogs can mean a lot to us since they are a part of our family. But we must be very careful while spoiling them too. Sometimes, it can go out of hand so we must make sure they are trained as well.
Dogs can really hold a special place in our hearts and nothing can replace them. This is why we can go out of our way to pamper our little babies. When I say “out of our way,” I really mean it. Here are some examples of humans who love spoiling their dogs:
The hardest goodbye.
Walk a mile in our shoes and you’ll know.
“Had to tuck him in before bed.”
Now that is a real dad.
We have to comfort them. Your text can wait.
“My pupper gets chilly easily, so I made her a quilt. She seems happy.”
The husband seems to be okay with it too.
Blow your nose elsewhere.
Tenth birthday? Spend all the money!
If you feel like some of these are exaggerating, you are wrong. People really do all kinds of things to spoil their dogs because they mean so much to them. They love their dogs and this is their way of expressing it. I don’t see anything wrong with it. All animals deserve love. Scroll down below for more spoiled dogs examples:
He isn’t wrong.
That is just adorable.
“A charcuterie board is much better than a birthday cake. Happy First Birthday, Chai!”
The right way to cuddle.
“This is how I find my husband after not seeing him for almost 2 weeks.”
They take up all my phone storage.
You’re sleeping on the dog bed.
A dedicated parent.
“This is my life now — I am a dog bed.”
Are your dogs spoiled as well? How do you spoil them? Share your stories with us!